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Frequently Asked Questions
Find answers to common questions about the NCSL Legislative Summit.

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When and where is the meeting?

Aug. 14-16, 2023, at the Indiana Convention Center, 100 S. Capitol Ave., Indianapolis. 

When does the Legislative Summit start?

The event kicks off at 7:30 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 14, with an orientation followed by the first general session. 

When do the NCSL Executive Committee and Legislative Staff Coordinating Committee meet?

Sunday, Aug. 13. To attend, please plan to arrive Saturday, Aug. 12.

Can I host an event in conjunction with the Legislative Summit?

Any ancillary events held during the official hours of the Summit must be approved by NCSL in advance. Please fill out this form and send it to NCSL will approve your request or follow up with further questions and will then put you in touch with official hotel contacts, who will reach out to you directly to make arrangements. Events held after event hours do not require permission, but NCSL asks to be notified to help delegates looking for your event. Please contact with details about your event.

Can I submit a session proposal?

NCSL does not actively solicit requests for session proposals for our Legislative Summit; the content is curated by our NCSL policy experts. However, we do collaborate with numerous organizations for content and speakers. If you are interested in collaborating with NCSL on a session for the Legislative Summit, please email with the details. If your organization/proposal aligns with a specific need, an NCSL policy staffer will reach out to you directly.

Will child care be provided?

Attendees requiring assistance with child care should contact their hotel concierge. There will not be a separate youth program with child care.

If I’m driving, where is the best place to park?

It is recommended to park at the Hyatt Regency (1 S. Capitol Ave.) parking  garage then walk across the street or skybridge to the ICC. There is no parking garage at the ICC.

What's the dress code?

Business casual is the norm for the Legislative Summit. It's recommended to bring a light sweater or jacket with you during the day, as the rooms are air conditioned. 

Who attends?

State legislators, legislative staff, Foundation sponsors, government officials, business representatives, educators and others interested in public policy.

Who should I contact regarding questions about accessibility or to request accommodations to fully participate?

If you need special accommodations to ensure your complete participation, please contact us at or call 303-856-1539.

Which sessions will offer CLE credits, and how many total credits will be available?

NCSL has applied for CLE accreditation with the Indiana Office of Admissions & Continuing Education. A list of which sessions qualify for CLE credit is available in the agenda. Search the ‘all tracks’ field for ‘Continuing Legal Education’. Attorneys are responsible for reaching out to their state(s) in which they practice law to determine if the attended session is eligible for CLE credit. There will be a sheet in which you must sign in when attending a CLE session at Summit. Please ensure that you sign in with accurate information including contact info. All attendees will be provided documented proof of attendance no later than 30 days following the CLE session.

When will the mobile app be available for download?

The Legislative Summit will be available in the NCSL Events mobile app in early August.

Do I have to register for specific sessions I want to attend?

No, all sessions are open to registered attendees. 

Will sessions be recorded?

No sessions will be recorded. You may download provided speaker presentations via the mobile app and online agenda.

My question is not listed. Who should I contact?

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