The nation's largest gathering of legislators and legislative staff for more than 40 years.
Each summer, NCSL brings thousands of legislators and staff together for its Legislative Summit, the largest and most substantive meeting of its kind in the nation. The Legislative Summit provides more than 150 informative sessions and presents nationally renowned speakers on the most pressing issues. Speakers have included the president of the United States, congressional leaders, cabinet members and experts from universities, think tanks and the private sector.
Why attend the Legislative Summit?
-- Connect with your colleagues--legislators and legislative staff from the 50 states.
-- â€‹Influence Congress on federal legislation that affects your state.
-- Hear how other states are solving critical problems, and come away with ideas you can put into action.
-- Learn how state innovations are saving millions of dollars.
-- Take a deep dive into issues in interactive sessions
-- Sharpen your leadership, communication and professional skills.
By exhibiting at the Legislative Summit, you’ll gain unrivaled opportunities to meet thousands of state legislators and legislative staff. If your organization needs to support its lobbying efforts or to market products and services, contact LeAnn Hoff to be an exhibitor in 2016!
Exhibiting at the Legislative Summit is your unique opportunity to:
Who are the exhibitors?
The NCSL Exhibition includes nearly 250 organizations from many diverse industries and interests, making it the largest exhibition of its kind. Even with such a large exhibition, the meeting presents many opportunities for one-onone contact with state lawmakers. Some of the exhibiting organizations include:
• Public and private corporations
• Federal, state and local agencies
• Trade associations and special interest groups
• Consulting firms
The National Conference of State Legislatures is the bipartisan organization that serves the legislators and staffs of the states, commonwealths and territories. NCSL provides research, technical assistance and opportunities for policymakers to exchange ideas on the most pressing state issues and is an effective and respected advocate for the interests of the states in the American federal system.