The Annual National Firearms Law Seminar is the largest gathering of Second Amendment attorneys in the country. The Seminar provides a unique opportunity for attorneys, judges, FFLs, and others interested in firearms law to network and discuss this expanding area of civil rights law. Attorneys will earn CLE credit.
The 2023 Seminar will include discussions of the Bruen decision from the U.S. Supreme Court, litigation in light of the Bruen decision, executive orders governing pistol braces and the definition of firearm and receivers, wildlife law enforcement, handling a self-defense case, ATF’s new “zero tolerance” policy, environmental range considerations, intellectual property for the firearms industry, and legal ethics. Our special luncheon speaker, Professor E. Gregory Wallace, will cover “assault weapons” prohibitions.
Written study materials for this year's Seminar are available for purchase if you cannot join us in Indianapolis. If you would like to order the materials or need more information about the Seminar, please call 1-877-NRF-LAWS or email us at .
We hope you will join us in Indianapolis!
Listen to and speak with the distinguished panel of speakers at this years Annual National Firearms Law Seminar.
Arrive early and stay late for great networking opportunities and spirited discussions with attorneys and presenters from around the country.
Stay ahead of your CLE requirements. You can earn CLE credits according to the jurisdiction in which you are licensed.
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View the full schedule for the most important Second Amendment seminar of the year. This full day seminar is packed with smart discussions, lively debates and career defining networking opportunities.
Review the biographies of our esteemed speakers before you arrive. The depth of knowledge from this incredible group of thought leaders makes this event one you should not miss.
This event is likely to sell out quickly. Register now to secure your seat at the table. Earn Continuing Legal Education Credits through the NRA Foundation's Firearms Law Seminar.
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