The Federalist Society and its Practice Groups are proud to present the 2017 National Lawyers Convention from November 16-18. This is the largest annual event the Society hosts, and we expect a record number of attendees this year.

The convention is structured around a series of distinguished panels, addresses, and meetings, focused on a central theme. This year’s topic is Administrative Agencies and the Regulatory State.

The Federalist Society Blog will be home to a series of posts over the next two weeks highlighting the quality content and speakers participating in the event. This March to the Convention is aimed to introduce the foundational ideas that will inform our discussions and debates and help our members to be prepared and engaged on November 16.

Click here to visit the National Lawyers Convention website and here to consult its schedule.

Visit this site if you would like to register and attend. Online registration closes Monday, November 13.

Individuals can earn up to 17 hours of CLE credit by participating in the convention.

For those already registered, consider downloading the Guidebook app on your smart devices for a mobile schedule and convention map.

The Federalist Society looks forward to yet another amazing convention at the Mayflower Hotel on November 16 and we hope to see you there.