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N L A D A P R E S E N T S The Substantive L Conference aw UCLA Los Angel July 21-24es, CA , 2004 We look forward to welcoming you to Los Angeles, California! The National Legal Aid & Defender Association invites you to join us July 21st in Los Angeles, California for this year’s Substantive Law Conference. Widely regarded as the legal aid community’s premiere national training event, the Substantive Law Conference provides equal justice advocates with opportunities to learn the latest developments in poverty law from master practitioners. Participants meet and exchange ideas with colleagues from across the country, while fulfilling continuing legal education requirements. Participation in the tracks and on-campus accommodations are limited, so we encourage you to complete and return the attached registration form as soon as possible. Wednesday, July 21 The substantive training begins with a plenary keynote session to 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Main Conference Registration 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm General Conference Housing Check-In 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Reception and Networking Event be delivered by renowned attorney, Constance L. Rice. Following the plenary session, participants can attend workshops addressing Thursday, July 22 7:00 am – 8:30 am Breakfast 7:00 am – 8:30 am Registration issues that cut across traditional poverty law specialty areas. On 8:30 am – 10:00 am Welcome and Keynote Plenary 10:30 am – 12:00 noon Workshop Group One Friday and Saturday, participants will attend one of several 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm Lunch 1:15 pm – 2:45 pm Workshop Group Two substantive training tracks developed by an impressive faculty of 3:15 pm – 4:45 pm Workshop Group Three 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm Dinner trainers from national support centers and experts from field Friday, July 23 programs. The tracks will provide comprehensive coverage of 7:00 am – 8:30 am Breakfast 8:30 am – 10:00 am Track Session 10:15 am – 12:00 noon Track Session substantive issues in the following areas: 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm Lunch 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Track Session 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm Track Session 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm Dinner ■ Civil Rights Law ■ Native American Law Saturday, July 24 ■ Community Economic ■ Rural Practice Law 7:00 am – 8:30 am Breakfast 8:30 am – 10:00 am Track Session Development Law 10:15 am – 12:00 noon Track Session ■ Social Security Law 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm Lunch ■ Consumer Law 1:00 pm 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm Track Sessions may continue Dinner ■ Welfare Advocacy ■ Federal Housing Law Sunday, July 25 ■ Women & Family Law 7:00 am – 8:30 am 11:00 am Breakfast Guests MUST be checked out of dorms ■ Health Law Starring Keynote Speaker Thursday, July 22, 2004 Constance L. Rice The Advancement Project onstance Rice is the co-director and co-founder of The less crowded, more affluent school districts. In these and other C Advancement Project, a public policy and legal action group that supports organizations working to end community problems and address racial, class and other barriers cases, Rice has led multi-racial coalitions of lawyers and clients to win more than $4 billion worth of injunctive relief and damages. to opportunity. Hallmarks of her work include: solving problems, reducing conflict, turning opponents into allies and winning. She In her non-litigation work in the 1990’s, Rice served as counsel is known for her success in tackling problems of inequity and to the Watts gang truce and spearheaded a statewide campaign exclusion and has received more than 50 major awards for her to save equal opportunity programs. Mayors Tom Bradley and work in expanding opportunity and advancing multi-racial Richard Riordan appointed Rice to the governing board of the democracy. Los Angeles’ Department of Water and Power where she served as president and enacted contracting reforms and Rice graduated from Harvard College in 1978 and won the Root environmental advances. In 1998, Rice helped lead a successful Tilden Public Interest Scholarship to New York University School campaign to place aggressive public school reformers on the of Law, where she earned her law degree in 1984. After law governing board for Los Angeles’ public schools. school, she served as law clerk to the Honorable Damon J. Keith, of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, In 1998, The Los Angeles Times designated her one of 24 and worked at Morrison & Foerster as a litigation associate. In leaders considered “the most experienced, civic-minded and 1991, she joined the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and became thoughtful people on the subject of Los Angeles.” And in co-director of LDF’s Los Angeles office in 1996. The credential October 2000, California LawBusiness named her, along with she most prizes, however, is her first-degree black belt in Tae Governor Gray Davis and Warren Christopher, as one of Kwan Doe. California’s top 10 most influential lawyers. As a litigator, Rice has filed class action civil rights cases Frequently interviewed by both the local and national media, redressing police misconduct, race and sex discrimination, and Rice has appeared on 60 Minutes, The Lehrer New Hour, unfair public policy in transportation, probation and public Nightline, The Oprah Winfrey Show, ABC’s This Week and dozens housing. She filed a landmark case on behalf of low-income of cable, network, web and radio programs. Reporters for major bus-riders that resulted in a mandate that more than a billion publications regularly consult and quote her. Recent books that dollars be spent to improve the bus system. And in 1999, Rice note her work are Nicholas Lemann’s The Big Test; Color-Blind launched a coalition lawsuit that won $750 million for new by Ellis Cose; Race Rules by Michael Eric Dyson; and The Color school construction in Los Angeles - money previously slated for Bind by Lydia Chavez. 1 Substantive Law Conference Supporting Cast Thursday, July 22 features three time slots of cross-cutting workshops. Conference attendees may choose up to three workshops to attend. A partial list of offered workshops follows: “Special Status”: Expanding SSI Eligibility Basics of SSI Financial Eligibility and a proposed resolution on maintaining under PRWORA and the BBA This workshop will discuss the basic concepts of reproductive health access in Medicaid. Advocates SSI Financial eligibility. This workshop will enable will learn about new developments and strategies This workshop will discuss recent federal court being implemented. action in order to teach advocates how to use the advocates to provide more effective “special status” provision in current law to representation by giving them better knowledge expand eligibility to many of these immigrants, of the impact of their work on their client’s future Child Care for Low Income Families with a focus on Haitians and Cubans. Also, income. This workshop will explore issues around access to advocates will be taught ways to successfully childcare for low-income families. Topics will present arguments illustrating how vulnerable Healthy Homes: Building a Movement for include: the subsidy program and the law minorities can receive benefits based on the governing it; California and other state Healthier Low-Income Housing implementation of subsidized childcare; childcare “plain meaning” of federal law. This workshop will discuss housing problems that sanction protections under TANF; childcare involve environmental health hazards such as licensing, and issues around informal care. Wait a Minute II: Slowing Down Criminal lead-based paint, mold and vermin. Through role- Activity Eviction Cases to Find the Truth playing, fact scenarios, group brainstorming and (the Sequel) Community Lawyering: Community some lectures, attendees will learn how to use the latest laws to make low-income housing safer for Centered Strategies for Achieving This workshop will discuss the required eviction elements for each program and relevant defenses, clients. Social Justice using examples to aid in issue spotting efforts at This workshop will examine the community federal, state and local levels to develop more Medical Debt Advocacy lawyering approach to solving intransigent appropriate eviction policies and developments community problems, ultimately achieving life- This workshop will help give advocates a handle changing results for clients and building since last year’s workshop. on effectively helping their clients and stronger and better-served communities. communities avoid and get out of medical debt. How LSC Programs Can Assist Immigrant Existing programs that should keep our clients Victims of Crime: Human Trafficking, from incurring debt often do so effectively. Legal No Second Chance: Excluding Notary Fraud and U Visas services attorneys can use a variety of defenses as Ex-Offenders from Federally This workshop will discuss the latest legal well as take proactive steps in the community to Subsidized Housing developments in representing immigrant victims of address medical debt issues. This workshop will examine the results from a crime and share strategies to collaborate with national survey and a report the Human Rights local policy and community programs. The issues Understanding the State Children’s Health Watch will issue this coming summer. The covered will include the Trafficking Victims presenter will discuss the scope of the federal Insurance Program (SCHIP) and law and regulations, the wide array of policies Protection Act of 2000, the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2003, the Undertaking Effective Advocacy and practices employed by housing authorities, Kennedy Amendment that permits LSC grantees to This workshop will provide valuable information and the impact these exclusionary policies have represent immigrant domestic violence survivors for advocates whose clients may qualify for SCHIP, on the real lives of ex-offenders. and LSC’s rule governing immigrant eligibility for an important means of obtaining health care legal services. coverage for low and middle-income children. Ethical Issues in the Delivery Participants in this workshop will be able to of Legal Services Court Access for Civil Rights Litigants: understand the basics of the SCHIP Program, receive information about new developments in This workshop will cover some of the unique Developments Concerning Sovereign ethical issues confronted by legal aid lawyers in Immunity and Private Enforcement SCHIP, and conduct effective advocacy for SCHIP clients. their practice. Many areas will be covered, This workshop will provide attendees with an including: confidentiality, conflicts, duty to overview of how Supreme Court jurisprudence is clients, and new delivery techniques, such as affecting court access for private individuals, Updates in Women’s Health self-help assistance, hotlines, and pro se focusing on the Rehnquist court’s proactive Policy and Law representation. invalidation of all or parts of federal civil rights This workshop will cover developments in laws. Recent precedent setting decisions involving women’s reproductive health law and policy, sovereign immunity and Congress’ authority including: legislative activity and court decisions pursuant to the Fourteenth Amendment, Spending regarding contraceptive equity, availability of and Commerce Clause will be highlighted. emergency contraception in emergency rooms, Substantive Law Conference 2 Starring Federal Housing Law Purpose: Trainers: This track will focus on strategies to deal with the crisis created by Staff from the National Housing Law Project: Maeve Elise Brown, federal disengagement from core housing programs and provide tools Catherine Bishop, Susanne Brown, and others TBA. for getting the most out of federally subsidized housing programs at the local level. The track will use concrete examples of what advocates are doing nationally as a key teaching tool. Contact: Maeve Elise Brown, Staff Attorney, National Housing Law Project, Topics to be covered include: (510) 251-9400, ext. 110, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ★ Advocacy with public housing authorities ★ Creating and using strategic alliances ★ Building coalitions ★ Advocacy with state and local officials Consumer Law Purpose: Trainers: Designed for those who have litigated five or more mortgage predatory Staff from the National Consumer Law Center: Diane E. Thompson, lending cases, this track will address many of the more technical and Supervising Attorney, and others TBA. subtle issues raised in predatory lending cases. Issues such as choosing the right forum, credit math, securitization issues, technical compliance Contact: issues with Truth in Lending, and more will be discussed. Margot Saunders, Managing Attorney, National Consumer Law Center, (202) 452-6252, E-mail: email@example.com Topics to be covered include: ★ Learn the latest on preemption of state laws ★ Learn how to decipher payment histories and identify overcharges and accounting abuses ★ Walk through complex case history analysis ★ Discuss factors for determining the best forum and others dealing with other litigation questions 3 Substantive Law Conference Starring Native American Law Purpose: ★ Integration of administrative hearings and appeals into tribal government systems and programs The Indian Law Track will address the issues which arise when ★ Intertribal courts – Intertribal courts at the trial and appellate levels communities on or near Indian reservations or other Indian ★ Recruiting and training tribal judges and other tribal justice communities either choose or are required to access justice through tribal justice systems. An underlying theme for this track is “protecting personnel and promoting tribal sovereignty and tribal sovereign immunity.” ★ Providing public defender services in tribal court ★ Ethics – Representing the tribe, the tribal court and individual indians and an intertribal consortium Topics to be covered include: ★ Tribal jurisdiction – Exclusive/concurrent jurisdiction with respect to federal and state justice systems Trainers: ★ Developing tribal justice systems: Planning & developing with the To Be Announced. tribal community ★ Approaches to tribal justice systems: Types of systems – Tribal Contact: councils, tribal courts, peacemaker courts and other systems of Lisa Oshiro, Chair, National Association of Indian Legal Services, dispute resolution (202) 589-1860, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ★ Approaches to tribal justice systems: Scope of systems – Civil and/or criminal jurisdiction, specific subject matter jurisdiction Civil Rights Law Purpose: ★ Fair Housing – both as a tool in eviction defense and as a way to promote integration and housing that is both affordable and The civil rights track will acknowledge the 50th anniversary of Brown v. accessible. Board of Education in reviewing how civil rights laws can be used in a ★ Reentry of ex-offenders into communities – What legal aid attorneys poverty law practice (with a focus on education issues) and how such should know about working with clients whose criminal records laws apply in the typical day to day work of legal aid attorneys and affect their rights to public benefits, voting and etc. advocates. The track will examine the full scope of advocacy tools ★ Serving clients with limited English proficiency and other language- –including litigation strategies, community organizing, coalition building and legislative advocacy – to achieve lasting and broad-based victories related barriers. for legal aid clients and their communities. ★ Multi-forum advocacy – Using legal representation as an organizing tool to generate systemic change and client empowerment through the use of media, coalition building, and other strategies. Topics to be covered include: ★ Education – Civil rights implications in school discipline, education financing and adequacy of conditions such as qualified teachers, Trainers: safe facilities and sufficient textbooks. To Be Announced. ★ Disability rights – including making the full use of the integration mandate at the heart of the Supreme Court’s Olmstead decision; Contact: and how best to advocate on behalf of clients with psychiatric Dennis L. Rockway, Director of Advocacy Training, Legal Aid Foundation disabilities. of Los Angeles, (323) 801-7928, E-mail: email@example.com Substantive Law Conference 4 Starring Social Security Law Purpose: ★ Work incentives ★ Immigrant issues This track will cover the significant developments of the past year ★ Litigation issues in SSI and Social Security law and will also provide opportunity for in-depth discussion of selected areas of practice. The aim will be to integrate discussion of policy issues with development of practical Trainers: strategies for effective client representation. Staff from the Disability Law Center: Raymond Cebula and Linda Landry; Rachael Henderson, Georgia Legal Services Program; Topics to be covered include: Gerald A. McIntyre, National Senior Citizens Law Center; Ethel ★ New provisions on representative payees Zelenske, National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives (NOSSCR). ★ New provisions on “fugitive felons” ★ New provisions on withholding of fees for representative (attorney and non-attorney) Contact: ★ The assault on SSI state supplementation Gerald A. McIntyre, Directing Attorney, National Senior Citizens Law ★ Changes to the disability determination process Center, (213) 639-0930, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Rural Practice Law Purpose: Trainers: This track is designed for advocates in rural legal services offices and Steve Xanthopoulos, West Tennessee Legal Services, Inc.; Don Saunders, for those charged with developing rural delivery strategies in their National Legal Aid & Defender Association; Linda Zazove, Land of programs. The training will be organized around three major issues Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation; Stephen Carpenter, Farmers' Legal affecting rural areas: economic development, housing, and ownership Action Group, Inc.; and others to be announced. and productive use of land. Because of the unique challenges of delivering services in rural areas, this session will also include a Contact: discussion of effective delivery strategies. Don Saunders, Director of Civil Legal Services Division, National Legal Aid & Defender Association, (202) 452-0620, E-mail: Topics to be covered include: email@example.com ★ Development of affordable housing (including supportive housing for domestic violence victims, the disabled, etc.) ★ Setting-up an affordable transportation project (including potential collaborators, laws affecting car donation or leasing programs, relation to state TANF programs) ★ Design and implementation of an effective financial literacy and asset development program ★ Developing micro-enterprise and work projects (including child care programs) 5 Substantive Law Conference Starring Health Law Purpose: Trainers: The health law track (sponsored jointly by the National Health Law Staff of the National Health Law Program: Doreena Wong, Jane Perkins Program and the National Senior Citizens Law Center) will cover the and Lourdes Rivera. substantive topics listed below that were based upon the results of a Staff of the National Senior Citizens Law Center: Ed King and Lauren field survey of need. In addition, attendees will discuss alternative Saunders. forums for addressing these issues, including federal and state courts, administrative hearings and comments, and public forums. A workshop Contact: format will be used, along with hypotheticals and role-play. Case studies will be highlighted in each session. Jane Perkins, Legal Director, National Health Law Program, (919) 968-6308, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Topics to be covered include: ★ Medicaid cutbacks and waiver developments ★ Prescription drug coverage (Medicare and Medicaid) ★ Children’s health services (with an emphasis on behavioral health) ★ Home and community based services for the elderly and people with disabilities ★ Medical debt Community Economic Development Law Purpose: ★ Enhancing low-income community participation in the planning and development process, with emphasis on identifying appropriate Community based organizations play a pivotal role in neighborhood legal requirements revitalization and in helping people escape poverty. By acting ★ Identifying and promoting economic self sufficiency strategies to collectively they can be a powerful voice for change, bringing new help move people out of poverty resources to their efforts. Collaborations with the wider community - ★ Collaborative efforts to make quality health care jobs available to business, government, labor, and other institutions - can achieve even greater impact. Legal aid providers are pivotally positioned to use their low-income community residents knowledge of the law, their understanding of client needs, and their ★ Creating affordable homeownership opportunities and other savings relationships with key institutions to help forge successful and wealth building strategies collaborations and develop effective community development (CED) ★ Challenges to engaging in CED practice; bringing the information strategies. This track will provide an opportunity to discuss current CED home and next steps issues and strategies. Trainers: Topics to be covered include: To Be Announced. ★ Introduction and overview to CED; new developments and opportunities; strategically positioning legal aid programs to provide Contact: effective CED assistance Brad Caftel, General Counsel, National Economic Development and Law ★ Negotiating community benefits agreements, with emphasis on Center, (510) 251-2600 x109, E-mail: email@example.com enhancing employment opportunities Substantive Law Conference 6 Starring Women and Family Law Purpose: Trainers: The track will focus on legal issues raised by representation of low- Wendy Pollack, National Center on Poverty Law; Sherry Liewant, NOW income victims of domestic violence. The purpose is to provide Legal Defense and Education Fund; Leslye Orloff, NOW Legal Defense substantive and practice-oriented information to legal services providers and Education Fund; Tamara Kuennen, Georgetown University Law with clients who are victims of domestic violence. The track will explore Center Domestic Violence Clinic. various legal topics in-depth. Contact: Topics to be covered include: Wendy Pollack, Senior Attorney, National Center on Poverty Law, ★ Custody and visitation issues (312) 263-3830 x238, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ★ UCCJEA, UCCJA, and PKPA ★ Litigation skills for a domestic violence practice ★ Public benefits issues including initiatives around marriage ★ Immigrant women ★ Other domestic violence issues Welfare Advocacy Purpose: ★ Selected Medicaid issues ★ Advocacy responses to state budget cuts The welfare advocacy track will provide practice-oriented and policy ★ Procedural fairness in program administration, including notice and information that will allow advocates to represent clients more effectively in various forums on issues arising when clients seek public hearing issues assistance and related benefits (such as Food Stamps, child care, and ★ Access to child care Medicaid) and attempt to prepare for and enter the labor market. ★ Access to Food Stamps Clients face numerous issues under the rules developed for state TANF Trainers: programs. These include more restrictive eligibility rules, stricter work- To Be Announced. related requirements, tougher sanctions for non-cooperation with a broader set of behavioral requirements, time limits on assistance, and more restricted access to education and training activities. The track Contact: will offer a range of workshops to consider the impact of these policies Don Saunders, Director of Civil Legal Services Division, National Legal on clients, how best to represent clients, and how to respond to Aid & Defender Association, (202) 452-0620, E-mail: opportunities to affect state and local policies. In addition, the track email@example.com will include information about the status of TANF reauthorization. Topics to be covered include: ★ Access to TANF (including work program issues; sanctions under TANF; time limit policies; adequate service to individuals and families with special needs such as disabilities and language barriers, etc.; and reauthorization) 7 Substantive Law Conference Shooting Location Housing and Meals Transportation Location Airlines University of California, Los Angeles, located among the rolling hills of Save on Travel—special airfare discounts of up to ten (10) Westwood, is an ideal place for the Substantive Law Conference. The percent are available on United or American Airlines. renovated facilities lend themselves to learning and networking and are conveniently located close to breathtaking beaches, entertainment theme Phone United Airlines at (800) 521-4041 and refer to meeting parks, cultural attractions, museums and theaters. identification number 556AI; Phone American Airlines at (800) 433-1790 and refer to Accommodations meeting identification number. DeNeve Plaza Fares on are subject to airline terms and availability. 351 Charles E. Young Drive, West Los Angeles, CA 90049-1314 The airport is 17 miles from UCLA, or 20 minutes without (310) 825-5451 Fax (310) 206-8779 traffic. Please allow for more time during rush hour. Taxi fare is Participants will stay in either a single or double occupancy room (two approximately $25.00/one-way. The Super Shuttle is twin beds) with private bathrooms. All rooms are air-conditioned and non- approximately $12/person one-way. smoking. They are equipped with an alarm clock, daily maid service, telephone and hotel-like amenities. Guests who bring their own laptop computer can access the Internet directly via the Ethernet port in their Driving room. Check-in time is 4:00 pm Wednesday 7/21/04. Checkout time is If you are driving from Los Angeles International Airport to 11:00 am Sunday 7/25/04. UCLA please: Take Century Blvd. to Highway 405 (or the San The package rate includes room for four nights and a total of Diego Freeway) North; Take 405 (San Diego Freeway) to 11 meals, and complimentary access to recreation facilities on Wilshire Blvd. East; Travel east three blocks to Westwood Blvd.; campus, which include: swimming pools, weight rooms, tennis Turn Left on Westwood Blvd.; and Travel five blocks to Parking courts, racquetball courts and handball courts. For more & Information Kiosk. information please visit: www.conferences.ucla.edu. There you will find virtual tours of the campus, photos, floor plans and Parking more! Parking permits are required at all times. The daily rate is $7.00 per vehicle/per day, and $54.00 for a 10-day parking permit. Dining Services The residential restaurant provides a wide variety of culinary selections. All meals are self-service, cafeteria-style and all-you-care-to-eat. Commuter Rental Car Information participants may purchase guest meal passes at the front desk Avis has been selected as the official rental car agency for on an individual cash basis. All meals will be conveniently served in NLADA’s Substantive Law Conference. Avis will extend a 5% De Neve Plaza. discount on a lower qualifying rate to the participants of the conference. Avis is located at Los Angeles International Airport. These special rates include unlimited mileage. To make Hotel Option reservations, call Avis toll-free at (800) 331-1600 and refer to For those participants not wanting meals or to stay on campus, we offer reservation code #J789524. this hotel option. Reservations and payments must be made by the individuals. Holiday Inn Brentwood/Bel-Air 170 N. Church Lane Los Angeles, California 90049 (310) 476-6411 www.holiday-inn.com/brentwood-bel The rate is $109.00 not including tax. Reservations must be made by June 30, 2004. The hotel will provide complimentary shuttle service to and from campus once daily. Substantive Law Conference 8 Registration Registration Fees and Options purchase orders or “please bill me” requests can be honored, as Registration fees include: handout materials, entrance to all sessions, NLADA must pre-pay the university for all costs associated with this the opening reception and breaks. Registration payment must conference. Early application is encouraged. Participation in each of accompany your registration form. For your convenience, the tracks and space in the residence halls is limited. Applications NLADA accepts Visa and MasterCard. If paying by credit card, you will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. To ensure may fax your registration form to (202) 872-1031. Faxed registration acceptance, please submit your application form and payment as forms without payment will be returned. soon as possible. You will receive a registration confirmation upon acceptance. If a track is full, or is canceled due to low registration, Cancellations, Transfers and Substitutions you may change tracks. If you choose to cancel, NLADA cannot be Registration cancellations must be received in writing at the NLADA held liable for any travel expenses incurred. office no later than June 21, 2004. Cancellations and refunds are subject to a $50 administrative charge. University policy requires Continuing Legal Education Units advance payment of housing and meal costs by NLADA. Therefore, NLADA will apply for CLE accreditation for qualifying conference fees paid toward housing and meals are non-refundable, if the sessions in most states with mandatory CLE. Complete information cancellation is received after June 21, 2004. After the deadline, will be available in the registration packet you receive at check-in. registration fees (not housing fees) are transferable, less a $50 Please be familiar with the CLE requirements of your state. administrative charge, to another NLADA training event scheduled before December 30, 2005, but are not refundable. Registration Responsibility The National Legal Aid & Defender Association acts only as an cancellations postmarked after September 30, 2004 are neither agent for participants in all matters regarding the campus, refundable nor transferable. Substitutions may be made at any time accommodations and transportation. NLADA contracts with prior to the event. Please notify NLADA of substitutions in writing. reputable independent contractors and suppliers known to provide Housing Deadline the services offered in this announcement. NLADA is not responsible For those requesting housing on campus, June 21, 2004 is the for any inconvenience, loss, injury, or damage from any cause housing deadline. This deadline is firm to allow staff adequate time whatsoever in conjunction with these services. If necessary, NLADA to prepare the housing forms required by the university. Remember reserves the right to cancel or change the services described herein. that we cannot process your application without payment. No Dates to Remember May 21: Early Conference Registration Fee Deadline June 21: Conference Registration Cancellation Deadline June 21: UCLA Housing Deadline / Conference Registration Fee Deadline All registrations received after this date will be processed on-site. 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