Register Now for CCPIO Indy

The 2015 annual meeting of the Conference of Court Public Information Officers will take place in Indianapolis from Monday, August 3 – Wednesday, August 5. Conference details, including registration and the tentative curriculum, are available at ccpio.org/2015.

Here are some reminders:

Register

Register to attend the conference by July 24 at ccpio.org/2015/registration.

Book Hotel

The Omni Severin is the conference hotel. Room reservations must be made by July 13 to guarantee the government $98 room rate.  Get info about the hotel and how to book your room at ccpio.org/2015/omni-severin-hotel.

Definitely sign up for Omni Select Guest.

Agenda

The tentative schedule includes learning about news as a business, discussing how technology is changing the legal landscape, what to do with tricky judicial discipline cases and hearing from PIOs who’ve been in tough spots (think Guantanamo Bay and Ferguson!). As speakers and locations are confirmed, the agenda will be finalized at ccpio.org/2015/preliminary-program. Meantime, don’t wait to register.

Plan your travel

If you are able to arrive early on Sunday, consider exploring the city including an Indianapolis Motor Speedway tour, Indians game, and dinner out with longtime colleagues and new friends.

Questions

For any registration or booking questions, please contact Sarah Kidwell at sarah.kidwell@courts.in.gov or 317-234-3055.

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