Upcoming IACA Conferences

International Conference

Eighth International Conference, Washington DC, USA

Sunday, July 9 to Thursday, July 13, 2017

The IACA-NACM joint conference in Washington, DC, has reached capacity and new registrations are no longer being accepted at the conference website (http://nacmconference.org/).  If you desire to be put on a waiting list, please contact Kathleen Burns at kburns@ncsc.org. Questions? Contact Norman Meyer at norman_meyer@nmb.uscourts.gov.


Helpful information for international attendees:

  • Airline Reservations: Please make your airline reservations as early as possible to take advantage of early-bird discounts. Schedule flights that arrive either at Virginia’s Dulles International Airport or Washington DC’s Reagan National Airport.

  • Visas and invitation letters: The U.S. government is implementing increased security protocols for international travelers to the United States. These protocols will increase the time for processing visa requests. We advise all international travelers to (i) contact the U.S. Embassy in their country for information, and (ii) complete the application process as early as possible. Requests for visa letters from IACA endorsing conference participation should be sent as soon as possible to: Tamara Simmons: tsimmons@ncsc.org (National Center for State Courts, 2425 Wilson Blvd., Suite 350, Arlington, VA 22201. +1 703-841-6917). Please include the following with your request: full name, official title, employer’s name and address, and length of stay in the U.S.

*This is a green conference. Speaker presentations and handouts will be made available on the website.

** Hotel reservation information is available on the conference registration website. We recommend you reserve your room early!

" The networking opportunities at these events are phenomenal.  I can only imagine how beneficial and uplifting it is to hear from one’s colleagues from around the world.  Most of the time court managers are so busy working through THEIR issues, events such as IACA remind them they are not alone." - Brian Green, JAVS 


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