ACLEA Mid-Year Meeting in Phoenix– Register Today!


ACLEA's 55th Mid-Year Meeting
CLE Rising: Better, Stronger, Inspired

Beus Center for Law and Society, Arizona State University • Phoenix, Arizona – U.S.A. • January 25 – 27, 2019

We invite you to join ACLEA in January at the Beus Center for Law and Society, at Arizona State University

Meeting Venue

Beus Center for Law and Society,
Arizona State University

111 E Taylor St.. Phoenix, AZ 85004-4467

Hotel Information

Sheraton Grand Phoenix

Our host hotel is the Sheraton Grand Phoenix. ACLEA has secured a special room rate of $199/night plus state and local taxes (currently 8.6%) for single/double available until January 4, 2019 or until the room block is exhausted, whichever comes first.

Sheraton Grand Phoenix
340 North 3rd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004, United States
Phone: + 1 (602) 262-2500
>> Online Reservations — Sold out

Alternative Hotels:

Hampton Inn and Suites Phoenix Downtown
77 E Polk St. | Phoenix, Arizona, 85004
Phone: + 1 (800) 445-8667, give the group code (ACL) or the name of the group (ACLEA Meeting)
Release/Cut-Off Date: Friday December 28, 2018
Room Rate: $219, room rate includes full buffet breakfast, wireless internet, and access to our fitness center
>> Online Reservations

Visit our website at www.phoenixdowntown.hamptonbyhilton.com and enter the Group Code (ACL).

The Westin Phoenix Downtown 
333 N Central Ave | Phoenix, AZ 85004
Phone: +1 (602) 429-3500

Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix Downtown
15 East Monroe Street| Phoenix, AZ 85004
Phone: +1 (602) 343-0006

Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel
100  North 1st Street | Phoenix, AZ 85004
Phone:  +1 (602) 333-0000

 

Transportation

The closest airport to the Sheraton Grand Phoenix is
the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX)
located 5 miles (8km) from the hotel.

Airport Transportation Options
– Round trip (estimated fares)

Super Shuttle: Shared Ride $13
Taxi: $22
Light Rail: $2
Uber: $14

Top 10 Phoenix Attractions

  1. Camelback Mountain
    The panoramic view from the "hump" of this iconic landmark, named for its resemblance to a kneeling camel, is worth scaling its two tricky trails, Echo Canyon and Cholla.
  2. Musical Instrument Museum
    The Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) tunes you into thousands of instrument sounds with a headset that syncs seamlessly as you move through its galleries. 
  3. Papago Park
    Just minutes from downtown is iconic Papago Park, home to red rock buttes looped with trails, a scenic view from hikeable Hole-in-the-Rock, and the desert botanical garden and the Phoenix Zoo.
  4. Heard Museum
    Through art and cultural objects, the museum’s ongoing exhibits tell the stories of native people of the Southwest, from early history to powerful memories of boarding schools.
  5. Roosevelt Row
    The creative beat of the city's urban heart is in Roosevelt Row, home to galleries, mural-splashed business walls and a monthly art walk.This arts district is a prominent stop for visitors and the downtown community along the First Friday self-guided art tour.
  6. South Mountain Park and Preserve
    Boasting 50 miles of trails through 16,000 acres of the Sonoran Desert, this municipal park is perfectly suited for outdoor adventure just minutes from the city. 
  7. Phoenix Art Museum
    The Southwest's largest fine art museum features a collection of contemporary work and global masterpieces.
  8. Heritage Square Dining
    Like the 19th-century homes nearby, the restaurants in downtown's Heritage Square are making history: Both Pizzeria Bianco (heralded as the best pizza in the nation) and Nobuo at Teeter House (sophisticated Japanese offered tapas-style) are James Beard Award winners.
  9. Old Town Scottsdale
    Southwestern arts and hip eateries line the streets of Old Town, a popular destination for Greater Phoenix shopping and nightlife.
  10. Taliesin West
    Tours of Taliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home, give insight on how the masterful architect was inspired by the desert surroundings. Visitors walk through rooms, gardens, walkways and Wright's entertainment pavilion on the grounds while learning about his organic architecture.

>> See what else you can do in Phoenix

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