2022 ASLCS Professional Development Seminar


Little Rock, Ark. | Sept. 18-23, 2022

The American Society of Legislative Clerks and Secretaries (ASLCS) is hosting its annual professional development seminar for principal clerks and secretaries and their staffs. 

This year's meeting takes place in Little Rock and aims to bring together U.S. and international participants to learn important skills and procedures, build relationships, and take away new tools and ideas to enhance the effectiveness of state legislatures.

On the agenda are sessions on leadership, team building, civics education, parliamentary procedure and a discussion with Cheryl Johnson, clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives; two breakout sessions for principals and associates; the Legislative Expo; and meetings of the standing committees and special committees. In addition, our hosts are planning an array of social events to allow attendees to network with their counterparts from other states while experiencing the best of Arkansas hospitality! 

Thank You to 2022 Seminar Sponsors International Roll-Call and Propylon!

NCSL considers the on-site safety of all attendees a top priority. By attending an NCSL meeting, you agree to abide by and follow any on-site health and safety protocols recommended by NCSL and the venue to help ensure the safety of all event participants. NCSL encourages all attendees to familiarize themselves with COVID-19 guidance provided by the CDC and by the appropriate state and local public health authorities in the areas to and from which they will be traveling.



Meeting Registration Fees:

Legislative Staff

On-site: $425

Attendee (Business, Government, University, Charitable and All Others) $500
Exhibitors and Sponsors Please contact Holly South
Retired Members and Guests $250

Register Online
Register here. Confirmations will be sent by email. Deadline to register online is Sept. 2.

Spouse/Guest Registration. The $250 guest fee includes admission to all scheduled meal functions and evening social events.

REGISTER NOWCancellations must be emailed to registration@ncsl.org by Sept. 16. Fees cannot be refunded for registrations cancelled after the conference begins.

Hotel Information

Please make your hotel reservations for the ASLCS Professional Development Seminar at the Little Rock Marriott before Thursday, Aug. 25. After that date, or when all rooms in the room block are sold (whichever comes first), our room rate cannot be guaranteed.

A block of rooms at a nightly rate of $174 has been reserved at:
Little Rock Marriott | ASLCS direct booking link
3 Statehouse Plaza | Tel: 501-906-4000

BOOK YOUR ROOMEach attendee is responsible for making his or her hotel and travel arrangements.

If arranging hotel accommodations by phone, please indicate that you are attending the NCSL conference to receive the negotiated nightly rate.

Travel Information

Little Rock is served by the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport, which is about 7 miles from the Marriott.

The Marriott offers a complimentary airport shuttle to and from Clinton Airport. Guests should call ahead and schedule their pickup with the front desk. The shuttle runs between 4:30 a.m. and 11 p.m.

If you need assistance booking air travel:
Christopherson Travel
800-825-3283 (7 a.m. to 6 p.m. MDT) or 303-694-4344

Special Needs
To ensure full participation and accessibility for all meeting attendees, please notify Meghan Keelean of any special accommodations you may require.

City Information
The capital of Arkansas, Little Rock is a lively, walkable destination filled with award-winning restaurants, historic homes and artistic institutions. Central to many of Little Rock's attractions is one thing: history. Explore its civil rights history with a visit to the Central High School National Historic Site, then delve into the Clinton legacy at the Clinton Presidential Center. You can also learn more about 20th century American history with a trip to the ESSE Purse Museum, a cultural hub of female heritage and storytelling. Be sure to take a stroll through Riverfront Park to admire its sculptures and head to the River Market district to enjoy the many food vendors. A great way to experience the city is along the Arkansas River Trail, which runs through town and connects many of the tourist attractions.