NCACC Forty-Sixth Annual Meeting
Lexington, Kentucky July 28 - August 2, 2019
Welcome from the Bluegrass State!
The Conference will be held at the Griffin Gate Marriott Resort and Spa - a four star Marriott property with a golf course, tennis courts, pools and a spa on the premises. Hotel reservations may now be made through this link. The room rate is $102.00, with on-site parking provided at no charge. The resort is conveniently located in horse country, near the intersection of Interstates 64 and 75, and for those flying, is within minutes of the Lexington Bluegrass Airport.
Kentucky is renowned for its thoroughbred horses, fine bourbon and gracious hospitality. Our social program will showcase these unique traditions of our great state. Your Bluegrass sojourn will include an event at the quaint two hundred-year-old Labrot and Graham Distillery for an evening of music, food and bourbon “sippin,” with one of the world’s seven master distillers. Next, we will be off to walk among the stars, those on four hooves, as we travel to the Show Barn at Keeneland Race Course to taste some of Kentucky’s finest fare and canter the night away to the sounds of Chief Judge Glen Acree’s band.
Our fields in August faintly reflect the bluish-purple cast of spring that caused early pioneers to gather and trade the “blue” grass of Kentucky. We look forward to welcoming you to the spectacular beauty of our state-the land of the Run for the Roses and bluegrass hospitality. My Old Kentucky Home.
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Annual Meeting Evaluations
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- Session 1 Evaluation
The Night Riders of Western Kentucky
- Session 2 Evaluation
Easiest Catch: Don't Be Another Fish in the Dark 'Net'
- Session 3 Evaluation
Ethical Considerations in Media Relations
- Session 4 Evaluation
- Session 5 Evaluation
Developing an Electronic Records Preservation and Disposition Plan
- Session 6 Evaluation
What's Bugging You?
- Session 7 Evaluation
Grant-Funded Technology Innovations in California
- Session 8 Evaluation
Discussion on the Texas Judicial Commission on Mental Health
- Session 9 Evaluation
Applying Education: What We've Learned
- Session 10 Evaluation
Appellate Courts' use of Social Media
- Session 11 Evaluation
Joint Session with the Association of Reporters of Judicial Decisions