12th Annual Center for Alcohol Policy Conference to be Held in Boston August 26 and 27

We are all waiting for the Supreme Court to decide the Tennessee Retailers v. Thomas case.   This case and many other interesting alcohol law issues will be comprehensively addressed at the 12th Annual Center for Alcohol Policy Law and Policy Conference which will be held August 26 and 27th in Boston at the Marriott Copley Place. 

This conference brings together a wide range of diverse parties interested in alcohol law and policy including public health professionals, state alcohol regulators, alcohol industry stakeholders, law enforcement, and government affairs professionals.  The agenda will cover topics relevant to state alcohol laws. There will be a keynote presentation by Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey.  Other sessions will include discussion of liquor bans on college campuses, the history of the 21st Amendment, using state alcohol regulations to fight human trafficking, federal regulation of marijuana, and how to utilize public health concerns in state alcohol regulation. Stay tuned for additional speakers and topics.

The conference starts with a reception Sunday August 25th, goes all day the 26th and concludes by noon on Tuesday, August 27th. Registration for the private sector is $699 and $199 for government/nonprofit associations until August 19.  Registration details can be found here. Previous conferences have generated the CLE approvals of over 30 states.

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