New Jersey State Bar Association - The voluntary Bar Association of New Jersey, serving members since 1899.

2015 Mid-Year Meeting

New Jersey State Bar Association
Mid-Year Meeting

Nov. 4-8, 2015
The Ritz Carlton, New Orleans

Laissez les bon temps roulez!

Join us in The Big Easy for the New Jersey State Bar Association's 2015 Mid-Year Meeting.

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New Orleans sets itself apart with distinctive culture and rich history. It is home to 20 National Register Historic Districts and 14 local districts, museums, historical homes and legendary gardens.

Visit historical attractions in the French Quarter like The Cabildo, which served as the seat of government in New Orleans during the Spanish colonial period and is where the Louisiana Purchase was signed in 1803. Stop in at the Voodoo Museum for a look at a part of New Orleans culture that has been around since the city's origins in the 1700s.

Check out Bourbon Street, for dozens of clubs featuring everything from blues to zydeco, partying and a rousing time in the heart of the French Quarter. And see more historical sights such as the Royal Sonestra Hotel and Jean Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop. Or ride the St. Charles Streetcar Line on the "Jewel of American's Grand Avenues."

With French, Spanish, Caribbean, African and Creole influences, New Orleans melting-pot culture is celebrated in its diverse and delectable cuisine. From Paul Prudhomme to Emeril Lagasse to Chef Donald Link, there are amazing meals everywhere you turn. Or just sit back, relax and people watch at Café Du Monde with a beignet and café au lait.

History, culture, cuisine, music, entertainment, non-stop party and voodoo, and let's not forget the CLEs: It's all at the 2015 Mid-Year Meeting in New Orleans. Download the brochure.

Hotel Information

The Ritz Carlton, New Orleans

Set in the heart of New Orleans, The Ritz Carlton occupies the historic Maison Blanche building with decor that conjures the charm and grace of an antebellum mansion.

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Venture into the French Quarter or Garden District, learn to cook distinctive New Orleans fare, visit what was once the nation's largest sugar cane plantation or take an airboat ride through New Orleans' bountiful wetlands.

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Play a round of golf on a championship course designed by world-renowned player and world-class course designer Jack Nicklaus. English Turn Golf Club's highly manicured greens, meandering lakes and magnificent plantation-style clubhouse makes golfing at English Turn a matchless experience.


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