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Our exceptional programming for the Mid-Year Meeting includes discussions on ethical enforcement in federal jurisdictions, prosecuting the prosecutor, dissemination of the NOBC’s Anti-Money Laundering Tool Kit, and utilizing alternative discipline. We will also continue our conversations on the importance of lawyer health and well-being with a presentation titled “Vicarious Trauma Compassion Fatigue in Regulators” and on the impact of technology on the law with a presentation titled “Technology in the Courtroom and Your Office.”
On Wednesday night, you can choose from one of the dine-around restaurants or explore Downtown Austin and Sixth Street, one of Austin’s more historic streets and home to the entertainment district of the city’s urban downtown core.
On Thursday night, we are hosting a networking reception followed by two add-on optional activities:
The conference is at the AT&T Hotel and Conference Center located on the campus of The University of Texas at Austin. The hotel and conference center offer an immersive experience in a technologically advanced facility that carries all the benefits of being on campus and is just steps from downtown.
We look forward to seeing our fellow NOBC members as we gather for the Mid-Year Meeting. The meeting promises to be the ideal setting for networking with old friends and colleagues, meeting new friends and colleagues, and benefitting from each other’s experiences.