Want to present a legal education program to NCBA members?
NCBA’s webinar legal educational program consists of high-quality legal education presented by expert attorneys at the top of their field in online webinars. The content for our programs is wide-ranging, relevant, and addresses everything from the foundation of the cannabis movement to the most topical issues affecting stakeholders in the industry. Our goal is to provide information the cannabis bar needs to become fluent in the issues that affect our cannabis industry clients. To provide our members with such useful and instructive content, we need you!
We invite you to submit a proposal for a webinar presentation by completing this NCBA Webinar Form and agreeing to the Terms and Conditions set forth below.
Although all proposals will be considered, preference will be given to active NCBA members and those who have submitted proposals that best relate to current, challenging issues in the cannabis industry. NCBA will contact you if your proposal is accepted. If you have questions contact us at email@example.com.
We typically require 10 weeks advance submittal of CLE proposals due to timelines imposed by state bars for accreditation of CLE. We may make exceptions to this timeline on a case-by-case basis.
What is a webinar?
A webinar is an online program integrating video, audio, and PowerPoint to provide attendees access to the program via the internet. NCBA webinars will be recorded, archived, and made available to registered attendees for follow-up viewing and to NCBA members on-demand.
NCBA offers 60-minute and 90-minute webinars; presenters should leave 15-25 minutes for question and answer segments.
What are the presenter’s responsibilities?
Complete the “NCBA Webinar Presenter Proposal” form (found below) and submit via email:
· a presentation or other materials
· speaker(s) photos (optional)
On the day of your webinar, ensure that you are located in a quiet room, equipped with a computer with high speed internet and a microphone. We strongly prefer that you also have access to a landline phone. All presenters, panelists and speakers must be available on the presentation date.
When will I hear from you and when will my program be scheduled:
If your proposal is accepted, we will notify you within four to six weeks of acceptance. We will make every effort to contact you if your proposal is not accepted, but please feel free to reach out to us if you have questions. Your program will be scheduled no sooner than five weeks from your acceptance date.
How will NCBA assist you?
NCBA provides the technology platform to produce and host the webinar and handles all registration and payment, where applicable.
Fees for attending webinars will be set and determined by NCBA; presenters are not entitled to receive any portion of such fees. No honorarium will be paid nor expenses reimbursed for this presentation.
NCBA will promote the webinar and will ask you to promote throughout your network as well.
NCBA tracks program attendance and provides program registrants with a confirmation e-mail and instructions on how to access the webinar. NCBA will respond to e-mail and telephone inquiries about the webinar.
Where available and practicable, NCBA will secure the necessary continued legal education certifications for your CLE. NCBA provides attendees who complete the webinar with an electronic Certificate of Completion.
Webinar Terms and Conditions for all Presenters
1. Webinar presentations are given voluntarily for legal educational purposes. Speakers are not compensated.
2. Webinar presentation materials must be submitted in PowerPoint format and attendee materials must be in PowerPoint or PDF format. NCBA takes copyright laws seriously: please be sure that you have clear rights to use all content including any images in your slides.
3. Proposal acceptance is based on the information provided at the time of submission. Any changes to content or speakers must be conveyed to NCBA in advance, and NCBA reserves the right to cancel or reschedule webinars based on changed information.
4. Please do not use your presentation to sell any goods and services, including your own.
5. If selected as a webinar presenter, you agree to abide by the timeline set by NCBA and meet all deadlines to the best of your ability.
6. You acknowledge that you will be required to have adequate computer hardware to support the webinar platform including a webcam and microphone.
7. You understand and agree that NCBA may audio and/or video record your presentation and make it available for members and nonmembers, with or without charge. You authorize NCBA to record, reproduce, and publish your presentation in whole or in part.
8. You may cancel or reschedule your webinar up to two (2) weeks before your scheduled date. NCBA encourages you to identify a back-up presenter in the event you are not able to present as scheduled.
By submitting a webinar proposal, I agree that I have read and understand my responsibilities as outlined in these terms and conditions and I will abide by these in my presentation.