NASJE Conference 2015 – REGISTRATION, HOTEL, AND SESSION GUIDE

REGISTRATION

HOTEL RESERVATIONS
The Conference hotel is the Seattle Sheraton. The conference block at the Sheraton is full most nights. You can reserve your room at the Sheraton here. The cut-off date for the NASJE rate at the Sheraton is September 18.

SCHEDULE OVERVIEW OF NASJE AND AJA SESSIONS
Here is a one page overview of all educational sessions sponsored by both NASJE and AJA. As a conference attendee, you are invited to attend any of these sessions: PDF

CONFERENCE MATERIALS: WEB

EDUCATION SESSION MATERIALS: WEB

SPEAKER BIOS: PDF

SESSION GUIDE
Full descriptions of NASJE-sponsored sessions at the 2015 NASJE Conference in Seattle (updated 9/2/15): PDF.

Please note that in addition to what is listed here, there is a joint AJA-NASJE opening educational plenary session at 2:30-4:00 pm on The New Jim Crow: Impact of Incarceration on the Courts.

ONLINE EVALUATIONS: WEB

GETTING AROUND SEATTLE VIA REGIONAL TRANSIT
A new One Regional Card for All (ORCA) regional day pass just hit the streets, a transit option that should be especially attractive to Seattle-area visitors. An $8 day pass ($4 for seniors and riders with disabilities) allows unlimited trips where full fare is $3.50 or less — which includes Link light rail, the South Lake Union streetcar, and most bus services, but not Washington State Ferries or the Seattle Center Monorail.

Costlier rides on the Vashon or West Seattle water taxis, some Community Transit buses, and Sounder commuter-rail trips longer than Seattle-to-Kent require day-pass holders to make up the difference using cash, or by tapping a standard ORCA e-purse card. Buy passes at ticket vending machines, or from retailers that normally sell ORCA cards. More information is at orcacard.com.