Don't wait until the last minute! Register now for FACDL's 29th Annual Meeing in beautiful Dayton Beach June 2-5, 2016. This year's annual meeting will be held at The Shores Resort & Spa in Daytona Beach located on a pristine stretch of sandy white beach in the quiet upscale oceanfront residential area of Daytona Beach Shores. The Shores is a luxury boutique resort and Daytona's only AAA Four Diamond hotel. Relax and enjoy features such as a Tiki Bar, cabanas and outdoor firepits. In addition to all of the relaxing you will be enjoying in this lavish environment, you will have the pleasure of attending our two day seminar featuring a great line up of speakers from all across the state of Florida and network with colleauges and friends! It is anticipated that this course will be approved by The Florida Bar for 10.0 hours of CLE credit. You don't want to miss this so register today.
Reserving Hotel Rooms for FACDL's 29th Annnual Meeting
- Facdl has reserved a block of hotel rooms for people who have REGISTERED and PAID to attend the 29th Annual Meeting (whether seminar and/or social events). These rooms are for Annual Meeeting attendees ONLY. All others will be charged The Shores Resort & Spa's regular rates.
- Before you make your hotel room reservation, you must first REGISTER to attend either the entire seminar or social events only (Cle credit only applies to the entire seminar. No CLE credits are given for social events only). Payment MUST BE RECEIVED by FACDL before you make your hotel room reservation.
- To register for the seminar and/or social events type www.facdl.org into your browser and click on the 29th Annual Meeting. There is also a registration form in the Defender you can use.
- When your registration payment has been received by FACDL you will be sent a link to The Shores Reservations and a unique code number to reserve your room DIRECTY WITH THE HOTEL. FACDL does not make the room reservations for you. If you have any questions pertaining to hotel rooms OR reservations please call the hotel directly.
- Each person who registers may have two regular rooms.