Volume 15, Issue 9
TCAA 2020 Virtual Fall Conference: TCAA Members Attend for Free
The Texas City Attorneys Association Virtual Fall Conference will be held on October 15, 2020.
The conference is FREE for TCAA members and $80 for non-members.
Register here by October 8.
Attorneys can earn up to 5.25 MCLE hours, including .5 ethics hour.
- Qualified Immunity
- Human Resources and COVID-19
- Sign Regulation
- Municipal Court Best Practices
- Religion in the Workplace
- And more!
State and Local Legal Center: SCOTUS Preview Webinar
While the U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear lots of interesting cases relevant to states and local governments in its new term beginning on October 5, 2020, many are holdovers from last term. The Court has also accepted numerous new cases of interest, including another challenge to the Affordable Care Act and a challenge to Philadelphia’s refusal to work with Catholic Social Service regarding placing foster children because it won’t place them with same-sex couples. Join Deepak Gupta of Gupta Wessler (who is counsel for Philadelphia, and who will also argue a pair of major personal-jurisdiction cases from Montana and Minnesota), Andrew Pinson, Georgia’s Solicitor General (who will argue a case about whether plaintiffs can prevent a case from being dismissed as moot by seeking “nominal damages” after a government changes the challenged policy), and Kevin Daley of the Washington Free Beacon, in a discussion of the cases most interesting to states and local governments that the Court has agreed to hear so far. Thanks to NACo for hosting!
Date: October 27
Time: 12PM Central
TCAA Online Membership Directory
Looking to find the contact information for a fellow TCAA member? You can find it using the TCAA membership directory, available here: http://members.tml.org/Web/Online/Directories/TCAA_Directory.aspx
Membership with IMLA doesn’t just mean discounts to their events. It’s much more than that. Click here to view a quick video about IMLA membership.
Continuing Legal Education
2020 TCAA Summer Conference, 2020 Riley Fletcher, and 2019 TCAA Fall Conference
These TCAA online seminars are FREE, allowing TCAA members who are city attorneys, assistant city attorneys, or attorneys who regularly practice municipal law to view each video from the conference in a single–session format. Viewing a session allows attorneys to receive participatory CLE credit with the State Bar. To view available seminars, please visit tcaaonlineseminars.org. (Use the case-sensitive password “FreeCLE” to gain access to the sessions.)
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