Problem Solving for Local Governments

The Schedule of Events, Registration Form, Detailed Outline of Course Content and Biographical Summaries of Speakers can be found here:

This Course is designed for those practicing in the field of local government law in the state of Florida.  The individual presentations are on area of local government law that are emerging, and/or trending and are designed to problem-solve by providing practical solutions to the legal issues.  This Course covers topics, including, navigating through the Governmental Conflict Resolution Process, ethics issues and solutions from the prospective of a Florida Commission on Ethics board member, capital assessments, land use litigation, federal grants and much more.  Attorneys representing cities, counties and local government employees will benefit from this Course.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Registration

You may register for this educational seminar by completing the Registration Form and return to Angela Matherne at NG&N by September 26, 2022.  This seminar is presented as a public service of Nabors, Giblin & Nickerson, PA. and there is no charge for the seminar and lunch on October 13th will be provided compliments of the sponsor.  Course materials will be available to seminar attendees for download prior to the seminar start date.

Hotel Reservations

If you choose to stay at the Renaissance Orlando Airport Hotel, the hotel is offering a special group rate of $145 USD per night. Self-parking daily rate is $16.00, and $19.00 valet parking. The hotel is located at 5445 Forbes Place, Orlando, Florida  32812 and the telephone number is 1-407-240-1000.  You can view a map to the Renaissance here.  There is complementary hotel airport transportation from 4:00 a.m. to 1 a.m. The last date to book with the discount code is Friday, September 16, 2022. The following link will provide you with the booking instructions: Book your group rate for Nabors Giblin & Nickerson’s Seminar on Problem Solving for Local Governments

Professional Education Information

Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit has been approved by The Florida Bar as follows:

  • CLER Program: 10 total general credit hours
  • Technology: 1 hour
  • Ethics: 1 hour
  • Professionalism: 1 hour
  • City, County and Local Government Law Certification: 10 hours

The Florida Bar Course Number will be provided after sign-in at the conference for attorneys to apply for Course Attendance Credit.