Don’t forget that the College of Community Association Lawyers’ 31st Annual Law Seminar will be held in sunny (and less polluted) Tucson two weeks from tomorrow; you can still register here.
And if you can’t go, you should watch this site for information from the conference. I’ll be live-blogging the sessions that I attend, and if Julie Ladle is at another, she’ll post a summary as well. Topics to be discussed will include (among many other matters): difficult people, the economy (of course), rental restrictions, Chinese drywall, contested elections and the unauthorized practice of law.
And, of course, there will be case law and legislative updates.