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2014 Legislative Symposia

ASID 2014 Legislative Symposia Series


The American Society of Interior Designers Presents the 2014 Legislative Symposia 

These symposia provide the chance to learn about interior design-related legislation and engage with ASID staff and government affairs professionals as we work together to advance the interior design profession. Join leaders across the country in educational exchanges to gain first-hand knowledge of state-level grassroots movements, lobbying efforts and coalition management, as well as information about important legislation affecting designers — in your state and nationwide.

Attendees will participate in lobbying training exercises, learn about the legislative process, network with fellow politically active members of the interior design industry and learn the keys to successful advocacy. CEU credits will be offered on topics such as the globalization of interior design, messaging, and the development of codes and standards. Legislative expert and fan favorite Christopher Kush will share skills and tools to help you better advocate on behalf of interior design.

Don’t miss your opportunity to strengthen the voice of interior design and expand opportunities for the profession!

Registration for the Legislative Symposium in Orlando is now open. Additional details about the New York symposium will be available soon. 

NOTE: The Los Angeles Legislative Symposium, originally scheduled for Saturday, April 12, has been postponed until early fall 2014. Society's Government and Public Affairs department decided to change the date to better accommodate the state legislative calendar. Please note that the Orlando and New York City ASID Legislative Symposia events will be held as scheduled. ASID apologizes for any inconvenience the Los Angeles event date change may cause, and we appreciate your interest in the Legislative Symposia series.