Hotel Rates and How to Reserve Your Room
The hotel rate starts at $109 per room. To secure this rate, please register prior to May 23th. Upon registration, a link will be sent via email for you to complete registration with the hotel at the special rate. Please note that the conference rate is being offered three days before and after the conference, on an "as available" basis. Rooms may or may not be available after the cut off date, so register early.
Complimentary Hotel Perks
Basic high-speed Internet access in the hotel lobby and guest rooms
Airport transportation to and from Tampa International Airport
Please plan to dress casually for Florida weather during the conference. Meeting rooms have a tendency to be cool. We suggest you bring a light sweater or jacket for your comfort. Don’t forget the sunscreen for your visit to the Sunshine State.
We are seeking approval of the CLE credit from the Florida Bar. You will be responsible for filing for credit in your respective state.
About the National Conference of Regulatory Attorneys
The NCRA was created to provide educational opportunities specifically tailored to government regulatory attorneys, with a focus on state regulatory issues. The NCRA conference covers a wide variety of regulatory topics, including electricity, gas, water, telecommunications, federal regulations, and ethics. NCRA also works to keep participants informed about recent developments and trends in public utilities regulation. The conference seeks to provide a balanced opportunity for debate and discussion of legal regulatory issues.
Conferences are held annually, typically in June, and are organized by the members of the National Association of Regulatory Utilities Commissioners (NARUC) Subcommittee on Law, with a designated host state planning the conference.
Who can attend?
The NCRA’s annual conference is open to all regulatory attorneys having statutory responsibility for working with or appearing before State or Federal regulatory agencies.
When was the NCRA created?
The NCRA was created in 1977 by a resolution of the Subcommittee on Law and officially adopted by NARUC at the 89th Annual Convention.