Yes, members may invite nonmember colleagues to attend the Meeting and related events. Interested members of the media may also attend any portion of the Meeting. Please see the Policy Concerning Nonmembers at Annual Meetings for details.
There is no registration fee for the Meeting. Ticket prices for special events can be found in the events listing.
Sunday, May 19, 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Monday, May 20, 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday, May 21, 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday, May 22, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
You should pick up your badge at the ALI registration desk. You must pick up your badge before entering The Ritz-Carlton Ballroom and wear it for all Meeting sessions and events.
We use a green dot on a badge, together with a green lanyard, to indicate that the wearer is a newly elected member of the Institute, and a red dot to designate those attending an Annual Meeting for the first time. Keep an eye out for these members, so you can welcome them to ALI and to the Meeting!
Officers and members of the Council are designated by a blue dot on a badge — don’t hesitate to introduce yourself to them.
Yes. ALI will hold a luncheon for members elected in 2018. In addition, there is a dinner organized for newer members on Sunday, May 19. Members eligible to attend these events will be able to register while completing their online registration form. The events are invitation-only and preregistration is required. Please contact Heidi Jensen at email@example.com or (215) 243-1639 for more information.
The agenda will note whether projects are being presented for approval or for discussion. You also can visit the Projects section of our main website for more information on the projects.
You will receive by mail in advance of the Meeting any drafts that you requested via our draft-selection invitation. You also can download drafts in PDF format after they are posted on our website (access is free for members and project participants). If we have a working email address for you, we will notify you by email when each draft is posted. In addition, printed copies of the drafts will be available at the Meeting.
Yes. In addition to comments and suggestions made from the floor at the Meeting, written comments on Annual Meeting Drafts are welcome. Please submit your comment in accordance with the procedure described on the Drafts, Comments, & Motions page.
Submitted comments are posted by ALI staff as soon as possible.
Please submit your motion in accordance with the procedure described on the Drafts, Comments, & Motions page.
Submitted motions are posted by ALI staff as soon as possible.
Yes. For a $100 administrative fee, CLE credit is available for attendance at the project sessions at the Annual Meeting. In addition, a program by ALI CLE on Sunday, May 19, offers two hours of ethics credits. The tuition for the program is $150 for ALI members (and project Advisers) and $195 for all others. Advanced registration is required.
Please inform our Meetings Department (by phone at (215) 243-1657 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org) at least two weeks in advance of any special arrangements required for you to participate fully in the Meeting or any of the related events.
Financial assistance is available for the following members:
Please contact the Membership Department by email to email@example.com or by phone to (215) 243-1624 for more information.
Yes. Free wireless access will be available in The Ritz-Carlton Ballroom.
The dress code is business attire. The Annual Dinner is business attire or semi-formal (black tie optional).
A steady stream of news about the Meeting will be posted on the Annual Meeting website, and email updates will be sent daily after the Meeting adjourns. We’ll also provide a full report on the Meeting in the next issue of The ALI Reporter.
The Annual Meeting will not be broadcast online, but videos of speeches and remarks at events will be posted on ALI’s website after the Meeting.