2023 AALJ Education Conference
New Orleans Oct. 3-5, 2023
Registration Now Open
The Association of Administrative Law Judges (AALJ), representing more than 1,000 jurists who work for the U.S. Social Security Administration, will hold its 30th educational conference October 3-5 at the luxurious Hotel Monteleone, centrally-located in the heart of New Orleans’ historic French Quarter.
Eight million people receive payments from the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program. These are individuals who have lost their ability to work due to an injury, accident, or health condition severe enough that the individual would be unable to work for at least one year.
AALJ’s annual conference, which includes talks by leading experts in law and medicine, as well as briefings by the senior leadership of the Social Security Administration and other stakeholders, is a must for administrative law judges who hear claims related to Social Security disability.Among this year’s speakers will be award-winning Washington Post columnist Helaine Olen, an expert on money and society. Olen has a deep understanding of public policy and has written extensively about Social Security.
Representatives from the International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, the AALJ’s parent union, will also be in attendance, along with the AALJ’s lobbyist, James M. Meltsner of Meltsner Strategies, LLC.
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Registration is now open to current and former Social Security administrative law judges. Early registration is open through August 27, 2023, after which rates increase. Click here to learn more about conference fees and to register. A block of rooms has been reserved at the Hotel Monteleone at a special rate of $199 per night (plus taxes and fees). The room block expires on September 5. Click here to make a room reservation. Register early to secure your room at the discounted price.
See you in NOLA!