Registration Information

Registration Information

To register for the 2024 MPL Association Marketing Workshop, click here.

An email confirmation will be sent to you within three business days of receipt of registration.

Registration Deadline for Discounted Rate: Extended to January 26, 2024

Open to MPL Association Members and Nonmembers

Meeting registration is required for all participants. The registration fee for the MPL Association Marketing Workshop is $995 for members and Premium-Level Affiliate Partners. The fee is $1,095 for Advantage-Level Affiliate Partners and Defense Law Firms. The fee is $1,295 for nonmembers. All registrations must be received on or before January 26, 2024, to receive the discounted rate. For all registrations after that date, the registration fee increases by $100. For questions, contact the Meetings Department at 301.947.9000 or via email at Meetings@MPLassociation.org.

Special offer for members and partners: Register two attendees and receive half off the registration fee for the third!

Workshop Materials

Workshop materials will be available on the MPL Association app. The app is accessible via mobile device and computer browser. You will receive download and login information by email prior to the event. Onsite information and assistance also will be available.

Refund and Cancellation Policy

All requests must be made in writing and sent via email to MPL Association. Those who request a refund on or before January 31, 2024, will receive a refund minus a $100 administrative fee.

Due to contractual commitments, all registrations and cancellations received after January 31, 2024, including all no-shows, are not eligible for a refund. Substitutions are permitted with notification. For additional information regarding the refund or cancellation policy, please contact the MPL Association Meetings Department at Meetings@MPLassociation.org.

Meeting Attire

The dress code for all MPL Association meetings is business casual. February weather in Savannah averages a daytime high in the 60s, with nighttime lows in the mid-40s.