National Docketing Association

NDA 2019 Annual Conference




7th Annual Conference Registration

Sept. 22 - 24, 2019

The Brown Palace Hotel & Spa

Denver, Colorado

 This registration covers all sessions, and meals (two breakfasts and two lunches), and 2 social events.

Base price - $350.00 (USD)

Early Bird registration ends July 15, 2019


 This registration covers all sessions, and meals (two breakfasts and two lunches), and 2 social events.

Base price - $400.00 (USD)


 This registration covers all sessions, and meals (two breakfasts and two lunches), and 2 social events.

Base price - $400.00 (USD)

Early Bird registration ends July 15, 2019


 This registration covers all sessions, and meals (two breakfasts and two lunches), and 2 social events

Base price - $450.00 (USD)


Justification Letter

I love attending the NDA conferences. You not only network with people in the industry and expand your professional network, it is also a great opportunity to speak directly with vendors to stay on top of docketing trends and technology updates. It gives me the opportunity to exchange information with my peers that I can bring back from the real world and implement almost immediately in my own firm..... TRACEY GULBICKI


2019 Keynote Speaker:

Aaron Lukken, the "Chief Sherpa" at Viking Advocates and author of the Hague Law Blog, partners with a network of attorneys and agents around the world to assist lawyers and law firms across North America in navigating cross-border litigation. Aaron’s two overriding reasons for doing what he does: (1) protecting his clients, and (2) making the practice of law more efficient and accurate. He does that by providing transnational litigation support, which is a fancy way of saying that he handles the issues in litigation that crosses borders-- obscure issues, common issues, boring issues, frustrating issues… in any case, issues lawyers don’t come across very often and might rather hand off to somebody else.

A J.D. graduate of the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Aaron lives and works not far from his alma mater. He and his wife, Peggy, operate a joint civil mediation practice, Cottage Mediation Services, LLC.


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