Annual ACSOL Conference

May 29 – 30, 2020

at Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles, California

Ticket Sales are halted until further notice.
Please check the main web site for announcements.

The Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Laws
will host the

2020 E.P.I.C. Conference: Empowered People Inspiring Change.

Justin Brooks and Brian Banks

Featured Speakers

The conference will feature both Justin Brooks, Director of the California Innocence Project, and his client Brian Banks, who endured 5 years in prison, a term of parole and the sex offender registry — for a crime he did not commit. 

Brian and Justin’s story is the subject of the recently released movie Brian Banks, which will be screened at this year’s conference.

Come hear and see this inspiring message of
hope, perseverance, and victory

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Early Bird

$ 100
  • thru MARCH 15
  • -
  • Both Days
  • Free Parking
  • All Presentations
  • All Workshops


$ 120
  • MARCH 16 - MAY 15
  • -
  • Both Days
  • Free Parking
  • All Presentations
  • All Workshops


$ 140
  • from MAY 16
  • -
  • Both Days
  • Free Parking
  • All Presentations
  • All Workshops

One Day

$ 70
  • TBA
  • -
  • Friday OR Saturday
  • Free Parking
  • All Presentations
  • All Workshops

Other keynote speakers include:

  • Dr. Alissa Ackerman – A pioneer in the field of restorative and transformative justice for persons affected by the registry (TEDx talk). 
  • Aaron Marcus – An attorney successfully fighting Pennsylvania’s registry law, who has lessons for California and elsewhere. 
  • Janice Bellucci and Chance Oberstein – ACSOL’s leaders and tenacious advocates for registrants and their loved ones.
Alissa Ackermann
Aaron Marcus
Janice Bellucci
Chance Oberstein

Conference Info

The 2020 ACSOL Conference will also offer guidance for disclosing and discussing one’s status on the registry – to neighbors, employers, loved ones, and in public advocacy. Come discuss this important issue in a safe and affirming place.


Anticipated panels and workshops include:

Recent developments in the law; Surviving parole and probation; California’s tiered registry law; Risk assessments explained; Domestic and International Travel; Employment; Resources for the families of registrants; LGBTQ issues and perspectives.

Banquet Dinner

We will also host a banquet dinner on Friday evening that is open to all attendees, at The Dragon Restaurant near Southwestern Law School. Dinner tickets are $35 per person.


A limited number of discounted tickets are available for persons willing to volunteer to help run the conference. Email for details.

Location & Contact

Southwestern Law School
3050 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 9005

For questions, please email: