5 Reasons Why You Should Register Early For ASCDC Annual Seminar

ASCDC 57th Annual Seminar  |  February 8-9, 2018
JW Marriott LA Live • Los Angeles, CA
1. You save money on registration

Savings start now until January 5, 2018

Member $395
Claims Personnel $185
Non-Member Attorney $505
*Young Lawyer Member $305
Companion Ticket, Luncheon: $125
Companion Ticket, President’s Reception: $85
*In practice up to 5 years

2. Less expensive MCLE credits

Take advantage of early-bird savings by registering now to get quality, defense-oriented MCLE at less than $50 per credit hour.

3. Discounted hotel room rates

Guest room reservations must be made by January 17th, 2018. Call the hotel directly at (888) 832-9136 for the discounted ASCDC room rate of $299 per night.

4. Friday luncheon table discounts

You must register 10 people to reserve a table. Save $50! Reserve tables now and deduct $5 per person.

Don’t know if your calendar is free but still want to receive the early-bird rate for the members in your firm? Your firm may purchase a number of registrations and provide us with the attendee names at a later date.

5. Non-member attorneys can benefit also

Non-member attorneys may apply for ASCDC membership and pay the discounted member fee for the Annual Seminar.  Visit www.ascdc.org to download an application (the application must accompany your early bird Annual Seminar registration).

To register: Download early bird postcard HERE

Save The Date – 57th Annual Seminar Is February 8-9, 2018

This year’s event will be held at the beautiful JW Marriott, Los Angeles at L.A. Live featuring:

Keynote Speaker Sgt. Israel Del Toro

Winner of this year’s Pat Tillman Award for Service at the 25th Annual ESPY Awards, Sgt. Del Toro has an incredible story that will ignite your passion and perseverance in both your professional and personal life. 

Inspirational Speaker, Alison Levine
She is the author of the New York Times best-seller On the Edge: Leadership Lessons from Mount Everest and other Extreme Environments. Her harrowing stories of climbing the highest peak on every continent to skiing across the Arctic Circle will certainly inspire.