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Registration & Lodging – Legal Frontiers in Digital Media - 2020

CLICK FOR EARLY-BIRD REGISTRATION BY CREDIT CARD

Early-bird registration for the conference is $295 for MLRC members & BCLT sponsors, $345 for non-members. (After April 13, 2020, $325 for MLRC/BCLT affiliation, $375 for non-members). Registration includes all written materials, plus an evening reception.

To register by credit card, please click the link above.  To pay by check, please complete this pdf registration form, and e-mail the same to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Please note that there is a $20 fee for all cancellations; and cancellation will not be possible after May 1, 2020. You may, however, transfer your registration to a colleague at any time; just e-mail us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

California MCLE Credits will be available (Out-of-state attorneys: please check with your state bar to determine if California CLE is accepted under reciprocity rules). The number of credits available will be announced once our program is finalized.

Hotel Accommodations

We will post an offer for a limited number of group-rate rooms at Hotel Via soon.  Please check back here.

Hotel Via, 138 King St., San Francisco, (415) 200-4977.  Located in a "hip" industrial area called SOMA (near the AT&T Park baseball stadium), the Hotel Via is particularly convenient to the Mission Bay Conference Center because the muni light-rail trolley stops right outside the door of the hotel and stops within a six-minute walk to MBCC. The trolley runs all day, comes every 10 minutes, and takes about 12 minutes each way. Fare is $2.75 per trip. 

There are other hotels near stops on the same muni light-rail trolley line, but travel time is longer, and conference attendees would likely cut their travel time substantially by taking a taxi or Uber to and from the MBCC. These hotels are:

     Hotel Zelos, 12 Fourth Street, San Francisco

     Hyatt Embarcadero, 5 Embarcadero Center, San Francisco

     Hotel Griffon, 155 Steuart St., San Francisco

     Hotel Mosser, 54 4th St, San Francisco

     Hotel Metropolis, 25 Mason Street, San Francisco

A budget option recommended by the Mission Bay Conference Center is:

    Homewood Suites by Hilton San Francisco, 2000 Shoreline Court, Brisbane, CA 94005

This hotel is located further south on Highway 101, close to the airport.  For this hotel, attendees would need to take a taxi, Uber, or rent a car for travel to and from the Mission Bay Conference Center.

 
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