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The Campaign Method for More Effective State Government Affairs

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SOON "Client's Guide to Contract Lobbyists and Lobbying", for and by employers of contract lobbyists and lobbyists. Robert L Guyer editor

NEW The Lobby School will be in Boston in February giving a skills-training to one of the most up-and-coming law-lobby firms in the US.

NEW Mr. Guyer in 2015 will train one of America's premier labor unions in the Campaign Method for More Effective Government Affairs.

The Lobby School provides 2-16 hour private on-site workshops customized to your issue presented at a time and place of your choosing. Previous custom-seminar clients are a Who's Who of state and national groups.

NEW Florida accredits seminar for 14 CLEs; Arkansas for 10.5 CLEs; Arkansas Society of Association Executives for 10.5 CE hours.

Mr. Guyer presents one pro bono training per year to a 501(c)(3) charity. Such groups have included mental health, sexual assault survivors, drop-out prevention, others. Contact him if your group would like to be his 2015 pro bono training.

Sample Lobbying Fundamentals (2015)

How to Influence State Legislators and Regulatory Agencies
From The Physician Executive

Before You Sue
Real world observations of litigation gone bad

Mobilizing for Reform American Osteopathic Assoc