MACA Annual Conference Feb. 10-11, 2022Discuss key issues city attorneys need to know during the 2022 Annual Conference!

Register for this conference.

Please note: There isn’t an online option for this event. Given the high rates of transmission in Minnesota, including in Bloomington where this conference will be held, the MACA Board is requiring all attendees wear a face covering during the event, except while eating, drinking, or presenting. Thank you for your cooperation.
Mark your calendars for the Minnesota Association of City Attorneys (MACA) 2022 Annual Conference happening Feb. 10-11 in Bloomington! Over the course of two days, you’ll build connections, hear from dynamic speakers, get up to date on the latest legal news, and more!

During this conference, you will:

  • Hear about key issues, including police transformation, fostering healthy participation in government, and more.
  • Review best practices for handling burdensome data requests, get updated guidance on COVID topics, and hear from practitioners managing headline-grabbing legal issues.
  • Network with fellow attorneys from across the state!

Explore the full conference agenda.

Continuing Education Credits

Application has been made to the Minnesota State Board of Continuing Legal Education, the Wisconsin Board of Bar Examiners, the State Bar Association of North Dakota, and the Iowa Commission on Continuing Legal Education. Approval is anticipated — please keep checking back for updated information.

Audience

This conference is open to all city attorneys.

Date & Location

Feb. 10-11 — Bloomington
Sheraton Bloomington Hotel
5601 West 78th Street (view map)
Bloomington MN 55439
(952) 835-1900

Hotel

Sheraton Bloomington Hotel
5601 West 78th Street
Bloomington MN 55439
Call for reservations: (952) 835-1900
Single occupancy: $112 (plus taxes)
Contact the hotel directly or visit the hotel website to make your reservation. To receive the special room rate, ask for the “Minnesota Association of City Attorneys Annual Conference” group block by Jan. 19.

Fee

Regular registration: $350
First-time attendee: $300