This is a two hours CLE that I am doing next week. The CLE is being offered through the Georgia bar. They are only doing the CLE for Georgia. So you are on your own with respect to CLE in your own state. If you are not seeking Georgia CLE credit, just put n/a in the CLE box. The CLE is divided into two hours. The first hour will be talking about how the Airline Deregulation Act,, the Air Carrier Access Act, the ADA, and state negligence laws all bounce into each other. The second hour, we will be talking about animals on planes in the latest final rule from the DOT. Hope you can join us. And yes, there are two laws involved here with the acronym ADA; I did a double take when I first got into this:-) to





*REMINDER* Aviation Law Section | Upcoming CLE


Section Members:

Make plans now to join the Aviation Law Section for a CLE event in May.

Topic: The Intersection between the Airline Deregulation Act, the Air Carrier Access Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act and State Negligence Law and Commercial Airline Travel

Date/Time: May 5, 2021 from 12 – 2 p.m.

CLE: 2 hours of trial CLE credit have been approved for this event.

The Aviation Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia will sponsor a two hour webinar featuring William Goren and chaired by Alan Armstrong, dealing with the intersection of the law as it relates to the Airline Deregulation Act, Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), Air Carrier Access Act, state negligence laws and the duties and obligations of air carriers holding certificates of authority to engage transportation by air under Part 121 of the Federal Aviation Regulations. The second hour of the presentation will be devoted to understanding the DOT final rule pertaining to animals on planes and how those rules compare to the ADA rules.  Mr. Goren has extensive experience in these areas and brings a wealth of knowledge relating to this timely and interesting topic. This event is free and materials will be emailed prior to the event.

Please mark your calendars and make plans to attend this interesting and informative webinar.

Click here185 to register. Please note, you must register prior to the day of the event. After registering, Zoom will email the information needed to join the day of the webinar. If you are not a member of the State Bar of Georgia, please enter “N/A” when asked for your Bar number during the registration process.

Alan Armstrong, Chair
Aviation Law Section
State Bar of Georgia