Thank you for attending the 43rd Annual Bond Attorneys' Workshop
September 26-28, 2018 | Chicago, IL
The Fairmont Chicago
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Leaders of the public finance industry assembled last week, September 26-28 in Chicago, Illinois. Over 900 public finance professionals had the opportunity to attend thirty-plus informative sessions and several networking events during the 2018 Bond Attorneys' Workshop. Attendees started their two-day experience by hearing from the 2018 Chair, Rene Moore, NABL's Immediate Past President, Sandy MacLennan, and NABL’s new President, Dee Wisor, who presented the Frederick O. Kiel Distinguished Service Award to Virginia (GiGi) Benjamin and the Bernard P. Friel Awards posthumously to Lewis Horne and James A. Lebanthal.
The Bonus Sessions were also a huge hit at BAW this year, as attendees learned about legislative and regulatory results through advocacy, GASB and their effects on the municipal bond practice, and how to utilize EMMA® to better their craft. Additionally, the Plenary Super Session drew large crowds as Kareem J. Spratling, Paul A. Braden, Tammy Briant, Brendan M. Cournane, and Chara M. O'Neale discussed the effects of implicit bias and some possible strategies for how to take control of them for all the benefit of your practice, your professional relationships and your organization.
If you wish to download any of the session materials, click here.
NABL would like to thank all the attendees, faculty, and sponsors who made this an amazing conference! We can’t wait to see you again next year in Chicago, Illinois on September 11-13, 2019.
1) Download the 2018 BAW Program Book
2) Download the 2018 BAW Blue Book
3) Link to the online 2018 BAW mobile app
THANK YOU, SPONSORS!
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For more information about sponsorship opportunities, contact Susan Zelner at (202) 503-3280.
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