Welcome City Attorney Track Speakers!

The League of California Cities would like to thank you for your participation as a presenter at our upcoming League of California Cities® 2018 Annual Conference at the Long Beach Convention Center, September 12 - 14.

Included below are your key presenter’s deadlines as well as your speakers agreement form. Please read through and complete the required fields in order to acknowledge your acceptance of the League of California Cities’ presenter guidelines. Providing your digital signature on this agreement allows the League to move forward with the planning and promotion of your session, as well as the publishing of your name (note: your contact information is strictly confidential) on our website and in printed marketing materials.

Should you have any questions, please contact Katie Pebler at kpebler@cacities.org.

Presenter Deadlines

Complete the Speaker Agreement and note any Specific Audiovisual Requests - See form below. (Final deadline to be included in printed program: June 21)

Register for the conference and book a hotel room

First draft of paper due to session moderator for review

Moderator comments due back to speaker(s)

Final paper due to Katie Pebler

Final PowerPoint presentations due to Katie Pebler

Speaker Information

* Required Fields

Audiovisual Requirements

All meeting rooms will be equipped with the following audiovisual equipment:

  • Standing lectern and head table for panelists
  • A Laptop (PC with PowerPoint)
  • An LCD projector and screen (screen size is 16:9)
  • A podium microphone
  • Head Table microphone(s)

Please advise if you will require any of the following additional items for your presentation:

Session Material and/or Powerpoint

The deadlines noted above must be adhered to in order to make the city attorney papers available to conference attendees. All materials submitted should be in either a Microsoft-friendly format or as a .pdf file. All session materials will be distributed electronically and made available online. Presentation materials are an important element of the League's educational programs. Since time and budget constraints keep many officials from attending League events, we may offer the conference materials in a variety of formats: League's website, social media outlets, podcasts, or shared in e-mail discussion groups.

Presenters are reminded the material contained in their presentations should represent valuable and balanced information related to various aspects of their session topic area. Presentations should not be used as a vehicle to promote a specific commercial application or solution.


Speaker Travel Policy

The League of California Cities® is a not-for-profit association, and to keep registration costs as low as possible is unable to provide any reimbursement of expenses, travel, or other compensations. The success of our program depends on the efforts of practicing professionals, like you, who are willing to volunteer their time to professional education.

Speaker Acknowledgement and Agreement

My signature below warrants that all of the materials provided for the program do not violate any copyright or other proprietary rights of others; that the materials are my own original work; that I assign to the League of California Cities® a nonexclusive copyright of the material for purposes of reproducing, distributing and/or selling the materials in any format to any audience.

I hereby acknowledge that the League of California Cities® may photograph, video or audio record my presentation. I understand that any photograph, film or recording of my presentation will only be captured onsite by the League of California Cities. (NOTE: The League does not permit audio/video capture of any type by session participants, attendees or outside organizations without the advanced and express written permission of the League Education Department.)


Please double check your name, title, and organization as this is how you will be recognized on the website and in print.

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