Let’s Meet in Baltimore! #NDRN2019
Each year P&A staff, board members, PAIMI Council members, colleagues, disability advocates, attorneys and our federal partners gather together for a week of intense training, hard work, collaboration….and a bit of fun!
This year the annual conference will occur in Baltimore, MD from June 3rd – 6th.
With more than 60 exciting workshops, #NDRN2019 is a wonderful opportunity for participants to build skills, renew and deepen your commitment to equality for people with disabilities and meet, network with, and learn from experts from around the country.
Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
700 Aliceanna Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
Group Rate: $229 (Expires May 10)
Early Bird Conference Fees*
|Institute and Workshops||$800** ($900 for non-members)|
|Institutes Only||$175 ($225 for non-members)|
|Conference Workshops Only||$625 ($675 for non-members)|
|One Day Registration (Tues, Wed, or Thurs)||$175 ($225 for non-members)|
|New Legal Managers Orientation (Sunday)||$100|
|Complex Litigation (Monday, 1/2 Tuesday)||$260|
*Early bird registration fees are available through May 3. All rates will increase after May 3.
**An additional charge of approximately 3% will be applied to credit card payments.
Exhibitors and Sponsors
Boost your organization’s visibility with hundreds of attorneys, disability advocates, and federal officials who attend #NDRN2019, the nation’s premier event for disability rights attorneys and advocates.
By becoming a sponsor, joining us in the exhibition hall, or advertising in our onsite program, corporate and non-profit organizations can demonstrate products and new technologies that impact the lives of people with disabilities, meet and interact with hundreds of legal service providers, and share your commitment to the disability rights movement.
Join us in Baltimore this year!
As the national association for this nationwide disability-rights system, we are committed to offering training events that are fully accessible for every individual with disabilities. Our presenter guidelines provide essential information to assist presenters and attendees who might not be familiar with the accessibility accommodations that we routinely provide.