Whether you are an experienced bond lawyer or new to the practice, NABL produces the best and most highly regarded CLE credit programs in the industry, featuring pertinent topics taught by the top public finance professionals in the field. When the field is rocked by a new development in the marketplace, NABL has a record of providing timely and informative programming. Each year, NABL hosts three annual events for members and non-members:
NABL U's The Institute is for experienced public finance lawyers and attorneys to explore the newest trends and challenges in the industry. The conference covers advanced areas of tax and securities law, and other areas affecting the municipal bond practice. This is a member-only event.
NABL U's The Essentials provides a comprehensive, practical understanding of the foundations of public finance law. Novice bond lawyers receive a concise, straightforward explanation of public finance laws and regulations, while those with multiple years of experience will gain technical expertise. This conference is open to members and non-members.
NABL U's The Workshop is the premier annual conference for public finance attorneys and other industry participants, including issuers and federal and state employees, to advance their knowledge in the latest laws and topics as well as all areas of the public finance law. This event is open to members and non-members.
To successfully practice in the field of public finance law, a lawyer must keep up on changes in tax, securities and general municipal law. NABL is your information source, offering a variety of timely publications to keep you current. With the pace of activity faster than ever, NABLNET Alerts are there to provide fast breaking information on regulatory and legislative developments. The Weekly Wrap provides the latest industry news and happenings while Congress is in session – tracking key legislative regulatory and administrative developments. NABL News, a monthly e-newsletter, keeps members up-to-date on various member committees, news regarding upcoming NABL educational offerings and seminars, and opportunities for our members to participate in NABL projects. Finally, The Bond Lawyer® a quarterly publication, provides in-depth analysis and scholarly articles for members looking for an assessment of the latest happenings in tax and securities law.
NABL is continually striving to advance the integrity of the marketplace through its work with Members of Congress and staff on Capitol Hill as well as with federal regulators, writing and submitting comment letters in response to proposed rulemakings, and by building coalitions with our industry partners. NABL utilizes its various member committees to educate others about the effect of final rules, legislation, and the practical impact of various advisories released by industry leaders. We also work to ensure our members’ voices are heard during every step in the regulatory and legislative process. NABL encourages its members to get involved in the advocacy process, so that our voice is stronger, more powerful, and has a greater reach.
NABL’s greatest resource is the support and involvement of its members. There are countless ways to become involved with NABL from attending conferences, presenting on a panel, participating on a committee, to being active on NABL Connect.
NABL Connect is an online, private community for members, so they can share information, ask questions, provide advice, and stay connected year-round. NABL has an online Membership Directory
, a "who’s who" in the field of bond law, exclusively for members.