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NARSOL in Action

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One of NARSOL’s all-time favorites, NARSOL in Action, is making a comeback with David Garlock as host.

Join us on May 2nd at 8 pm EST for the return of this iconic NARSOL project.

In this premier episode, David will be talking with Mark Weinberg and Adele Nicholas, attorneys in Illinois who have had tremendous success there fighting against the registry and its negative consequences. This episode will give you a hint of what to expect from Mark’s and Adele’s presentations at the NARSOL conference in Houston June 22nd through the 25th.

Both Mark and Adele are doing amazing work in Illinois. Adele will be one of our plenary speakers, and Mark will be on a panel.

This is a conversation that you don’t want to miss, and if you haven’t decided if you are attending the Houston conference yet, this just might help you decide to come.


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