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Seminar Schedule/Registration

Last seminar for 2015 is Hallandale Beach, Florida December 17-18. Accredited for 14 Florida CLEs.

Why is the complete seminar two days? Legislatures make 10% of laws and can implement nothing; agencies make 90% to implement legislative law. Day 1 - get your law. Day 2 implement your law. Take either or both.

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See Chapter 1 of our seminar workbook

SOON "Clients' Guide to Lobbyists and Lobbying" is at the editor/publisher. I thank many lobbyists for their contributions to this book.

Custom seminars 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.

Continuing education 24 states accredit or in the past have accredited the seminar for continuing legal education.

Pro bono publico In the public interest Mr. Guyer presents one deeply discounted training per year to a 501(c)(3) charity. Such groups have included mental health, sexual assault survivors, drop-out prevention, elder guardians. others. Contact him if your group would like to be his 2016 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