Law & Policy Conference 2020

The Center for Alcohol Policy is pleased to announce our 13th Annual Alcohol Law and Policy Conference will move virtual for 2020. The conference will have a series of seminars scheduled to take place virtually over the course of four consecutive Wednesdays in the month of September. In an effort to accommodate varied schedules and time zones, all sessions will be made available on-demand to conference registrants after the live seminars conclude; however, we encourage you to join live to participate in the Q&A portion of all sessions. 

The 12th Annual Alcohol Law and Policy Conference in Boston set records in terms of attendance and participation from regulators, public health advocates, alcohol industry stakeholders and many more. We are excited to deliver thought-provoking and useful resources for all who attend. 

The Center is a “go to” resource for up-to-date information on the important impacts of alcohol regulation, and its annual Alcohol Law and Policy Conference highlights its important role in drawing out conversations of divergent interests. We hope that you make plans to attend what is sure to be an exceptional event. 

Registration Details

Full registration: $199 

Government employees and 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations: $99

How to Register: 

Topics Include: 

  • Covid-19 and its impact on alcohol regulation 
  • The Twenty-First Amendment and its future in the courts 
  • A look at the role of state epidemiologists in alcohol policy 
  • Challenges to Trade Practice 
  • Alcohol in the world of technology

Additionally Featuring: 

Preliminary Schedule: 

Wednesday, September 2 
2:00pm – 2:50pm: Trends in Underage Alcohol Consumption 
3:00pm – 4:00pm: 21st Amendment Litigation Update 

Wednesday, September 9 
2:00pm – 2:50pm: The Role of State Departments of Epidemiologists in Alcohol Policy 
3:00pm – 4:00pm: Alcohol Trade Practice Update 

Wednesday, September 16 
2:00pm – 2:50pm: Dangers of Fake Alcohol  
3:00pm – 3:50pm: Renewed Challenges of Fake IDs 

Wednesday, September 23 
2:00pm – 3:00pm: Alcohol Regulation in the Time of Covid 
3:10pm – 4:00pm: Is All Alcohol the Same? 

Continued Legal Education (CLE) Credits 

The Center for Alcohol Policy will seek appropriate CLE accreditation for the 2020 Alcohol Law and Policy Conference. In previous years, more than 30 states have approved CLE accreditation of the course.

If you are an attorney seeking CLE credits, please be sure to include the states you are registered in, as well as your bar numbers for each state, when you complete your registration form. 

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Center for Alcohol Policy
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