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Senator Don Balfour of Georgia, NCSL’s president, urges legislators and staff to attend the Legislative Summit in Louisville, Ky.

Online Agenda

Professional development is essential for success in any career, and the NCSL Legislative Summit is the place to expand your legislative knowledge and leadership skills. Explore the online agenda, and choose from numerous sessions that will give you the information, ideas and solutions to the critical issues America faces today. Search the areas that matter to you most, and create your own personal schedule for the week. Check back often because we're constantly adding new sessions!

Legislative Summit Program

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Check out the Legislative Summit schedule-at-a-glace for a list of Summit events and times. This calendar will give you a snapshot of the week, so you can plan when to arrive for registration, walk through the exhibit hall, eat a meal and much more.


Three separate preconference summits will take place on Sunday, July 25. They will cover some of the biggest issues happening in the states today. All are open to paid full-conference Legislative Summit attendees.

Issue Forums

For a quick look at the meeting content, browse through the Legislative Summit issue forums page. Here you'll find all the big topics: everything from Acheiving Value in Today's Health Care Climate, to A Data Driving Approach to Reduce Prison Spending and State Responses to the Pension Crisis. A complete listing of session dates and times can be found in the online agenda.  

You can earn at least 12 hours of continuing legal education (CLE) credit at the Legislative Summit this year...and at a bargain price! CLE application materials will be provided onsite, so register for CLE and the meeting today!
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