Welcome! The ACLEA Annual Meeting brings you speakers who will inspire you, change your perspective, and give you the tools to make a difference in your organization.
Watch for registration to open soon!
Top Reasons to Attend the ACLEA Annual Meeting:
Learn about the latest industry changes to better your career. The Mid-Year Meeting Planning Committee has put together a comprehensive program with attention to all interests for continuing legal education professionals. In addition, a Boot Camp training program is offered for those beginning their career or transitioning to new postitions in CLE.
Strengthen your network with industry leaders and your peers during multiple scheduled events as well as impromptu meet-ups. The ACLEA Mid-Year Meeting is a great place to meet with other continuing legal education professionals.
Get inspiration for your business and your professional development by visiting the exhibit hall and connecting with vendors, the presenters, and other attendees.
Plenary Sessions Include:
Building Resilience in Times of Change
Trends in Legal Education: Lessons Learned from the First Hybrid JD Program
Growing Your Sponsorship Program
How to Cultivate Networking Relationships When Networking Itself Feels Outside of Your Comfort Zone
Dealing with High Conflict Individuals
Our host hotel is the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre.
ACLEA has secured a special room rate of $299 CAD + taxes per night for single/double available until July 2, 2020 or until the room block is exhausted, whichever comes first.
Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre
1000 Burrard Street | Vancouver BC, V6Z 2R9, Canada
Phone: +1 (604) 331-1000 | Online Reservations
The closest airport to the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre is Vancouver International Airport (YVR) located 15 km / 9.5 miles from the hotel.
Airport Transportation Options
Sky Train: $9 CAD (two-zone fare)
Bus: $3-$6 CAD
Taxi: $30-$40 CAD (one way)
Additional directions can be found on the hotel transportation website.
Special Thanks to Our 56th Annual Meeting Planning Committee!
Chair: Raymond Lee, The Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia