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Williamsburg Lodge
Williamsburg, VA


About the Conference

Prepare yourself for a historic conference!
Despite the history, biking trails, walking tours and sites, we know that you will find this year’s educational program equally engaging. The program committee of Greg Summy, Jeff Cox, Paul Mello, Kirsten Johnson, Peter Quinter, Jaclyne Reive, Katherine Vaughn, Stephen Dennis, Steven Block, Mark Barber, and co-chairs Melissa  Richardson and Fred Marcinak are working toward an educational program that will be one for the history books.  You can download the conference brochure here for more details.

Registration 
Register today for TLA’s 2022 Annual Conference to take advantage of early registration discounted fees, receive pre-meeting information, and to ensure your name is included on the pre-registration roster.  **Please note there is a 3% fee for all credit card charges.**
 
Registrations processed on-site may cause a delay at the time you check in at the registration desk.
After May 6 please call 913-222-8652 to register over the phone.
 
If you would like to register onsite, please  bring a completed registration form and valid payment.

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Registration Confirmation
For those registrations received by May 6, 2022, TLA will send a confirmation by email. When you receive your con- firmation, please  check the spelling of your name to ensure it is correct. If there is an error, please contact staff at the TLA Executive  Office at 913-222-8652. The information on your confirmation email will be the information used for your name badge and event tickets. If you do not receive a confirmation email within three weeks of registering, contact the TLA Executive  Office to confirm receipt of your registration.

Non-Members 
By registering as a non-member, you will receive an application for membership and must meet the TLA membership qualifications in order to attend the Annual Conference. If you are a new member of the Transportation Lawyers Association, you may attend the Annual Business Meeting as a voting member. Please note that $280 of the non-member registration fee pays your TLA dues in full for 15 months: May 1, 2022, through July 31, 2023, the end of our fiscal year. You receive three “free” months of membership benefits, and we are confident that you will want to renew your membership for the fiscal year 2023-2024!

Registration Cancellation Policy
Written notice of cancellations received on or before March 15, 2022 will be fully refunded. Cancellations received from March 16, 2022 through April 29, 2022 will be refunded less a $200 processing fee. No refunds will be issued for cancellations received after April 30, 2022. Substitution of registrants is allowed, but must be of the same membership type and requested in writing no later than May 6, 2022 to [email protected]

Transportation
There are three airports within a 45-mile  drive of Williamsburg. The Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport is 17 miles from Williamsburg and both the Norfolk International Airport and Richmond International Airport are 45 miles from Williamsburg.
 
Car Rentals, Taxis, Limousines, and Rideshare
Please visit each airport’s website for the most current transportation information.
 
Newport News/Williamsburg Airport:
https://newportnewsairport.com/transportation/
Norfolk International Airport:
https://www.norfolkairport.com/ground-transportation/
Richmond International Airport:
https://flyrichmond.com/ground-transportation/
 
Guest Parking
Onsite parking at the lodge is $15 daily and valet parking is $25 daily.
 
What to Bring
During the spring, pack a variety of clothes to enjoy every activity Williamsburg and surrounding area has to offer! There are various activities outdoors to enjoy such as hiking, biking and walking tours. At the Resort, there are swimming pools, a spa, golf and a fitness center. Be sure to pack a jacket as the nights can get chilly.
 
Temperature
The last month of the spring, May, is a moderate month, with average temperatures ranging between  78°F (25°C) and 55°F (13°C).
 
Attire
Conference sessions – Business casual – Pack a sweater or light jacket as meeting room temperatures tend to be cool.
   Wednesday Night – Welcome Reception & Dine Arounds – Casual
   Thursday Night – Group Dinner – Casual
   Friday Night – Banquet – Black tie optional
   Saturday Night – Closing Event – Casual

About Colonial Williamsburg
Colonial Williamsburg is the largest outdoor living museum in the country, upholding our educational mission through immersive, authentic 18th-century experiences and programming for our guests. In 1926, the Reverend Dr. William Archer Rutherfoord Goodwin, with the financial backing of John  D. Rockefeller Jr., began to restore Williamsburg to its original colonial state, starting with the purchase of the historic Ludwell-Paradise House. Today, Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Area houses restored and historically preserved buildings, 88 of which are originals.
 
From the historic area where you can discover government sites, family homes, and historic trades, to the art museums featuring the best in British and American fine and decorative arts, there are many things  to do and
learn during your visit to Colonial Williamsburg. Additional information can be found
here.