Alcohol Law & Policy Conference

We are excited to bring the 17th Annual Alcohol Law & Policy Conference to Indianapolis, IN this August 26-28, 2024!

About the Alcohol Law & Policy Conference

Each year the Center brings together some of the best minds in the country – including state alcohol regulators, public health leaders, state attorneys general, state legislators, educators and industry members – to discuss and debate current alcohol issues and challenges. The conference has become the leading national forum for alcohol policy education and networking.

Attendees take advantage of this annual forum to learn about a wide range of topics, including 21st Amendment litigation, trade practice enforcement and public health aspects of alcohol regulation.

Registration levels:

  • Full Registration: $799
  • 501(c)(3) Organization: $249
  • Government Official: $249

Registration options:

Hotel Accommodations:

Hyatt Regency Indianapolis
One South Capitol Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Room Rate:

*Contact our team for government rate

More About Our Location:

Nestled in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis offers a premier hospitality experience in the vibrant Hoosier capital. Located only steps away from The Soldiers and Sailors Monument, anchoring the heart of the renowned Monument Circle, the monument stands as a timeless symbol of honor and valor in the downtown area. For sports enthusiasts, downtown Indy is the ultimate haven, inviting them to revel in the electrifying atmosphere of Lucas Oil Stadium or immerse themselves in the storied legacy of the Indianapolis 500.

In the evening, experience the famous St. Elmo’s Steakhouse located only one block from the Hyatt Regency. Home to the legendary shrimp cocktail, perfectly aged steaks and timeless ambiance since 1902. St. Elmo’s promises an unforgettable dining experience. Indianapolis is more than just a destination – it’s an opportunity to explore, indulge, and be captivated by the heart and soul of “Hoosier Hospitality”.

Continuing Legal Education for the 2024 ALPC in Indianapolis

As always, our staff will seek appropriate CLE course accreditation for the 2024 ALPC.

Below are reminders regarding some state exceptions with regard to CLE credits.

State exceptions:

Arizona – The State Bar of Arizona does not approve or accredit CLE providers or individual programs.  Therefore, the Center for Alcohol Policy is not required to submit any information regarding the seminar, or subsequent attendance lists. The State Bar does not retain or track CLE records for members and registrants other than CLE taken through the State Bar.  For CLE credits from this course, it is the responsibility of each member/registrant to keep documentation such as the event/seminar/training material and the certificates of attendance to support the hours and events claimed on their annual affidavit.

Maryland – Maryland does not currently require minimum continuing legal education for attorneys registered in the state, and therefore does not accredit courses.  

Massachusetts – Massachusetts is one of the few states where continuing legal education (CLE) for attorneys is not mandatory, except for the Practicing with Professionalism course for new attorneys admitted to the bar after September 2013.

New York – According to New York’s Approved Jurisdiction policy, New York attorneys may count towards their New York CLE requirement credit earned through participation in out-of-state courses accredited by a New York Approved Jurisdiction. The policy applies to both traditional live classroom-format and nontraditional-format courses (online, DVD, teleconference, etc.). Traditional live classroom-format courses are out-of-state if they take place outside of New York State. Nontraditional-format courses are out-of-state if the sponsor organization is headquartered outside of New York State. This course will likely be approved in several New York approved jurisdictions, and therefore, so long as certain requirements are satisfied, NY attorneys may apply CLE credit earned for the completion of this course to their NY CLE requirement.

Washington, D.C. – D.C. has no mandatory continuing legal education requirements at this time, which means they have no CLE accreditation body and do not accredit courses.

Cancellation Policy: The Center for Alcohol Policy must receive written notice of cancellations by email no later than August 1, 2024 to issue a full refund. From August 2 – 18, 2024, a $100 per registrant administrative fee will be assessed for all cancellation notices received in writing. After August 18, no refunds will be issued. Please email for cancellation requests and include your order number in the subject line.

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Center for Alcohol Policy
277 S. Washington Street Suite 500-A Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: (703) 519-3090