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National Creditors Bar Association invites you to share your expertise and experience with your colleagues engaged in the business of creditors rights. The Association is looking for speakers and presentations for upcoming conferences, regional and webinar education.
The acceptance period for the 2020 Spring Conference in Atlanta, Georgia has now closed.
We are now accepting educational session proposal submissions for:
Please use this form to apply:
National Creditors Bar Association Education draws professionals in all areas of creditors rights. Educational programming is designed to meet the needs of all registrants with an emphasis on providing an in-depth understanding of the laws, legislative updates and business trends in creditors rights.
Suggested Tracks and Topics
NCBA's Education Committee is hard at work planning some outstanding educational sessions for the Spring Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
Speakers are needed to present on the following topics:
ALL SUBMISSIONS ARE DUE BY CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON JANUARY 5, 2020 FOR CONSIDERATION FOR THE 2020 SPRING CONFERENCE IN ATLANTA, GEORGIA.
In addition to the above, please feel free to submit session ideas on topics that are relevant to Creditors Rights for webinars, podcasts, and future sessions; suggested tracks are:
All presentation proposals received six months or more prior to a National Creditors Bar Association Conference will be reviewed by the Education Committee. Selection of proposed education will be determined on appropriateness and interest of topic, level of content, comprehensiveness of session objectives and expertise of presenter. National Creditors Bar Association reserves the right to make recommendations for revisions of content within proposals prior to acceptance. Participation as a presenter is by invitation only after review of the proposal.
National Creditors Bar Association encourages experienced presenters to partner with new or first-time speakers to continue to develop the Association's reputation for providing quality education. And, CLE boards in many states require an attorney to be part of a speaker panel. Vendor and non-attorney panels are encouraged to include an industry attorney to satisfy that requirement.
If selected to speak at a conference, industry speakers should plan to register for the conference and support their own travel expenses. Speaker Compensation is consistent with the applicable National Creditors Bar Association Speaker Compensation Policy.
National Creditors Bar Association's Non-Commercial Recommendation & Copyright Considerations
Participants in National Creditors Bar Association programs are seeking valuable educational sessions and are always critical of presenters or sessions that are self-promotional. Presenters may not use a webinar or conference session for commercial sales pitches, self-promotion or unwarranted criticism of a competitor. Presentations should only advance the educational process; sales pitches do not and are therefore not acceptable. Speakers are not permitted to distribute company promotional literature, brochures or sales materials in any form to attendees during their session. Lastly, any session materials used that are not authored by the presenting speaker(s) must include copyright information and/or reprint permission.
For questions or further assistance, please contact Kristin Berkery at email@example.com or 202-861-0706.