Tickets are now available to sign up for the ACSOL conference on Saturday, October 14, and Sunday, October 15, at Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles. The cost to attend the two-day conference, including lunch on both days, is $50 for those who sign up before September 1. The cost will increase to $75 for those sign up on September 1 or later. Scholarships are available upon request.
The conference will include presentations by sociologist Emily Horowitz and Caleb Kruckenberg, lead attorney in the pending challenge of SORNA regulations. The conference will also include panels regarding how to succeed on the registry, employment opportunities, domestic and overseas travel, housing challenges, and the Tiered Registry Law.
Conference presenters include criminal defense attorneys Chance Oberstein, Alex Landon and Jeff Stein. Joining them will be author Frank Lindsay, social worker Alex Gittinger, employment specialists Sherri Harlow and Mark Judkins, law professor Catherine Carpenter and civil rights attorney Janice Bellucci.
“This year’s conference is the first in-person ACSOL conference to be held in four years,” stated ACSOL Executive Director Janice Bellucci. “The conference will not be virtual, but presentations will be recorded and can be viewed at a later time.”
The conference will be held at Southwestern Law School, 3050 Wilshire Boulevard, in Los Angeles. There is free parking at the law school.
The conference will begin on Saturday, October 14, at 9 a.m. and end on Sunday, October 15, at 5 p.m.
Conference attendees are welcome to join ACSOL for a no-host dinner on Saturday evening at a restaurant near to the law school. The cost for that dinner is $35 and will include multiple courses of Chinese food served in a family setting.