35th Annual IPMA Conference & Expo
Hyatt Regency Seattle | Seattle, Washington
October 23-25, 2019
Three days of targeted educational programming and unique peer networking opportunities make the IPMA Annual Conference & Expo the legal industry's leading event for practice support management professionals. This year's agenda will feature hot topics, latest trends, and current issues affecting practice managers and the support professionals they supervise.
Questions? Please contact IPMA headquarters at email@example.com.
You're invited to be a voice within the legal practice support management community!
We are seeking forward-thinking speakers to present thoughtful perspective gained through personal experience in human resources, technology and innovation, communications, organizational management, and career development. Educational programs that contain engaging, collaborative components and/or demonstrate new approaches or new tools and techniques are popular with IPMA conference participants.
Breakout sessions are 60 to 75 minutes in length. Please be sure your proposed program can be presented within the allotted time. Sessions are scheduled for Thursday, October 24, and Friday, October 25, 2019.
Continuing education credit: All presentations will be reviewed by the IPMA Conference Program Committee to establish qualifying criteria for continuing education credit approval by NALA, NFPA, ALA, SHRM, and the ABA. Please indicate in your submission whether your proposed presentation has been pre-approved for continuing education credit.
SUBMITTING YOUR PROPOSAL
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Proposals must be received no later than 5:00 pm ET on Friday, February 22, 2019.
The conference theme this year is Educate, Innovate and Motivate: Leading Teams in an Evolving Workplace. The committee will select proposals that go along with this theme.
The IPMA strives to offer a program of dynamic educational sessions to conference participants. Educational sessions that generate the greatest interest are:
We also welcome your ideas for sessions that are not listed above.