2:00 pm, Sep 2
 VIRTUAL

Law & Policy Conference 2020

General

The Center for Alcohol Policy is pleased to announce our 13th Annual Alcohol Law and Policy Conference will move virtual for 2020. The conference will have a series of seminars scheduled to take place virtually over the course of four consecutive Wednesdays in the month of September. In an effort to accommodate varied schedules and time zones, all sessions will be made available on-demand to conference registrants after the live seminars conclude; however, we encourage you to join live to participate in the Q&A portion of all sessions.

The 12th Annual Alcohol Law and Policy Conference in Boston set records in terms of attendance and participation from regulators, public health advocates, alcohol industry stakeholders and many more. We are excited to deliver thought-provoking and useful resources for all who attend.

The Center is a “go to” resource for up-to-date information on the important impacts of alcohol regulation, and its annual Alcohol Law and Policy Conference highlights its important role in drawing out conversations of divergent interests. We hope that you make plans to attend what is sure to be an exceptional event.

Wednesday, September 2
2:00pm – 2:50pm: Trends in Underage Alcohol Consumption
3:00pm – 4:00pm: 21st Amendment Litigation Update

 2:00 pm, Sep 9
 VIRTUAL

Law & Policy Conference 2020

General

The Center for Alcohol Policy is pleased to announce our 13th Annual Alcohol Law and Policy Conference will move virtual for 2020. The conference will have a series of seminars scheduled to take place virtually over the course of four consecutive Wednesdays in the month of September. In an effort to accommodate varied schedules and time zones, all sessions will be made available on-demand to conference registrants after the live seminars conclude; however, we encourage you to join live to participate in the Q&A portion of all sessions.

The 12th Annual Alcohol Law and Policy Conference in Boston set records in terms of attendance and participation from regulators, public health advocates, alcohol industry stakeholders and many more. We are excited to deliver thought-provoking and useful resources for all who attend.

The Center is a “go to” resource for up-to-date information on the important impacts of alcohol regulation, and its annual Alcohol Law and Policy Conference highlights its important role in drawing out conversations of divergent interests. We hope that you make plans to attend what is sure to be an exceptional event.

Wednesday, September 9
2:00pm – 2:50pm: The Role of State Departments of Epidemiologists in Alcohol Policy
3:00pm – 4:00pm: Alcohol Trade Practice Update

 2:00 pm, Sep 16
 VIRTUAL

Law & Policy Conference 2020

General

The Center for Alcohol Policy is pleased to announce our 13th Annual Alcohol Law and Policy Conference will move virtual for 2020. The conference will have a series of seminars scheduled to take place virtually over the course of four consecutive Wednesdays in the month of September. In an effort to accommodate varied schedules and time zones, all sessions will be made available on-demand to conference registrants after the live seminars conclude; however, we encourage you to join live to participate in the Q&A portion of all sessions.

The 12th Annual Alcohol Law and Policy Conference in Boston set records in terms of attendance and participation from regulators, public health advocates, alcohol industry stakeholders and many more. We are excited to deliver thought-provoking and useful resources for all who attend.

The Center is a “go to” resource for up-to-date information on the important impacts of alcohol regulation, and its annual Alcohol Law and Policy Conference highlights its important role in drawing out conversations of divergent interests. We hope that you make plans to attend what is sure to be an exceptional event.

Wednesday, September 16
2:00pm – 2:50pm: Dangers of Fake Alcohol
3:00pm – 3:50pm: Renewed Challenges of Fake IDs

 2:00 pm, Sep 23
 VIRTUAL

Law & Policy Conference 2020

General

The Center for Alcohol Policy is pleased to announce our 13th Annual Alcohol Law and Policy Conference will move virtual for 2020. The conference will have a series of seminars scheduled to take place virtually over the course of four consecutive Wednesdays in the month of September. In an effort to accommodate varied schedules and time zones, all sessions will be made available on-demand to conference registrants after the live seminars conclude; however, we encourage you to join live to participate in the Q&A portion of all sessions.

The 12th Annual Alcohol Law and Policy Conference in Boston set records in terms of attendance and participation from regulators, public health advocates, alcohol industry stakeholders and many more. We are excited to deliver thought-provoking and useful resources for all who attend.

The Center is a “go to” resource for up-to-date information on the important impacts of alcohol regulation, and its annual Alcohol Law and Policy Conference highlights its important role in drawing out conversations of divergent interests. We hope that you make plans to attend what is sure to be an exceptional event.

Wednesday, September 23
2:00pm – 3:00pm: Alcohol Regulation in the Time of Covid
3:10pm – 4:00pm: Is All Alcohol the Same?

 ALL DAY, Oct 4
 Orlando, FL

NBWA Annual Convention

General

We look forward to seeing you in Orlando, Florida October 4-7, 2020. Please check back as we add more information including registration details.

Hotel Information:
Hyatt Regency Orlando
9801 International Dr.
Orlando, FL 32819
Rate: $285+tax per night single/double rate
Resort Fee: A daily resort fee of $9.00 will be added to each guestroom. This fee covers several amenities which at this include Fitness Center Access (fitness classes, poll activities & bike rental), 10% discount off Spa treatments and merchandise, I-Ride Trolley Tickets (2); Local & 800 calls, incoming and outgoing faxes and 2 bottled waters per day. Covered amenities are subject to change.
Room Block Available through 9/11/2020.

 ALL DAY, Oct 5
 Orlando, FL

NBWA Annual Convention

General

We look forward to seeing you in Orlando, Florida October 4-7, 2020. Please check back as we add more information including registration details.

Hotel Information:
Hyatt Regency Orlando
9801 International Dr.
Orlando, FL 32819
Rate: $285+tax per night single/double rate
Resort Fee: A daily resort fee of $9.00 will be added to each guestroom. This fee covers several amenities which at this include Fitness Center Access (fitness classes, poll activities & bike rental), 10% discount off Spa treatments and merchandise, I-Ride Trolley Tickets (2); Local & 800 calls, incoming and outgoing faxes and 2 bottled waters per day. Covered amenities are subject to change.
Room Block Available through 9/11/2020.

 ALL DAY, Oct 6
 Orlando, FL

NBWA Annual Convention

General

We look forward to seeing you in Orlando, Florida October 4-7, 2020. Please check back as we add more information including registration details.

Hotel Information:
Hyatt Regency Orlando
9801 International Dr.
Orlando, FL 32819
Rate: $285+tax per night single/double rate
Resort Fee: A daily resort fee of $9.00 will be added to each guestroom. This fee covers several amenities which at this include Fitness Center Access (fitness classes, poll activities & bike rental), 10% discount off Spa treatments and merchandise, I-Ride Trolley Tickets (2); Local & 800 calls, incoming and outgoing faxes and 2 bottled waters per day. Covered amenities are subject to change.
Room Block Available through 9/11/2020.

 ALL DAY, Oct 7
 Orlando, FL

NBWA Annual Convention

General

We look forward to seeing you in Orlando, Florida October 4-7, 2020. Please check back as we add more information including registration details.

Hotel Information:
Hyatt Regency Orlando
9801 International Dr.
Orlando, FL 32819
Rate: $285+tax per night single/double rate
Resort Fee: A daily resort fee of $9.00 will be added to each guestroom. This fee covers several amenities which at this include Fitness Center Access (fitness classes, poll activities & bike rental), 10% discount off Spa treatments and merchandise, I-Ride Trolley Tickets (2); Local & 800 calls, incoming and outgoing faxes and 2 bottled waters per day. Covered amenities are subject to change.
Room Block Available through 9/11/2020.