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Creating Community Association Law: True Tales from Early Pioneers

Annual Golf Tournament

Wednesday, June 2 
11 a.m.- 12 p.m. CST

Counts for 1 hour of continuing education credit with CAMICB and CAI

Free to all CAI Members!

Presented by our very own Marvin J. Nodiff, CCAL                        

Creating Community Association Law: True Tales From Early Pioneers unfolds through the voices of the early attorneys whose creativity and collaboration helped create a new field of law.  Nodiff interviewed two dozen practitioners who tell their stories of obstacles and innovation, and the unique nature of group decision-making in community associations.  Every CAI member will benefit by becoming more aware of the roots of CAI’s culture:  collegiality, mentoring, and sharing.

 On a lighter note, if you’re suffering from virus fatigue, Nodiff has a fictional vaccine in Magnet for Murder, a page-turner comedy-mystery set in community associations amid the shifting norms of the new normal.  Condo lawyer Joshua Fyler is up to his neck in pandemic issues when he gets a request he can’t refuse: the last wish of an old friend, an investigative journalist who wants Joshua to finish a story, and work with reporter Phoebe Roark, a total stranger.  The forced collaboration gets off to a rocky start, but they uncover more than they expected:  virus scams, armed drones, and suspicious deaths.  Who is the magnet for murder?