NOSSCR 2024 Annual Conference. May 8-1, 2024.

Below are a list of frequently asked questions about the Conference.

Is there an agenda? 

Yes! You can find the tentative agenda here.

Where is the conference? 

The Omni Nashville, located at 250 Rep. John Lewis Way S, Nashville, TN 37203 

Is there a room block? 

Yes. Please contact us at [email protected] if you do not have the link and would like it!

Please call the Omni if you are having difficulty booking in our block online. It is possible that one or more nights are full. If that is the case, you can still get the block rate where available. The contact number is (615) 782-5300.  

What can I expect at the conference?  

A full schedule will be available soon, but in the meantime, here is an overview to help you plan. 

Conference check-in will be available at your convenience. We will be one floor above the lobby. Starting at 8:30 am on Wednesday, we will feature two tracks: one for newer practitioners (Social Security boot camp) and one for the team members of representatives – paralegals, legal assistants, case managers, and office managers. Conference registration includes these sessions, but we will open registration soon for those who want to only attend these one-day tracks. 

CLE sessions will start at 2:15 pm Wednesday for all conference attendees, followed by our Circuit Roundtables. 

Wednesday night will be a Happy Hour hosted by NextGen and sponsored by Assure & Prevail Case Management for all conference attendees (separate registration, no cost). After that, the Scully Networking & Awards Dinner will be at 7:30 pm (separate registration, $100). 

Thursday will start with our general session at 9 am, including updates on the agency and NOSSCR. We will have CLE sessions on Thursday afternoon, followed by a Legal Service meeting. 

On Friday, we will have CLE sessions all day, culminating in the President’s Reception Friday evening (separate registration, $75). 

On Saturday, we are hosting an Overpayments and Work Incentives Symposium (including three sessions for CLE credit) to discuss the overpayment crisis, which was recently the subject of a Ways and Means hearing and story on 60 Minutes. The Symposium will start at 9 am and conclude by 2:15 pm. 

In addition, we will have other opportunities to connect, like the Mentor-Mentee meet-up, PAC reception, and Chapter meetings. 

The cost of registration includes CLE reporting, access to all recorded CLEs after the conference, all-day coffee, breakfast each morning, and lunch on Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday. On Friday, lunch will be on your own, and we will have more details on options soon! For the latest information on the 2024 Annual Conference, head to our 2024 Annual Conference web page

For travel planning, try to arrive Tuesday night, May 7, if you will attend either the boot camp or team members’ tracks Wednesday morning. If you plan to start with the normal CLE sessions, you are safe to fly into Nashville Wednesday morning and check into the Omni Wednesday afternoon. Saturday, May 11, is a good departure day, but the later your flight is that day, the longer you can stay for our Overpayments and Work Incentives Symposium. 

NOSSCR is grateful for our annual sponsor, Insurance Branch, and other sponsors and exhibitors, which include Silver Sponsor and Partner Exhibitor Assure & Prevail Case Management, Partner Exhibitor iFive Global and ReleasePoint, The Federal Appeals Firm, DL Marketing, Law Ruler, and more! 

More about MCLE 

NOSSCR is offering 36 60-minute MCLE sessions over the course of the conference. Attendees can receive up to a total of up to 18 credit hours of continuing legal education, including 5 60-minute hours of ethics credits, and attendees who belong to 50-minute states will receive up to a total of 21.6 credit hours, including 6 ethics credit hours. Credit hour totals may be subject to change based on individual state MCLE board approval.
For the most up-to-date information on the status of your state’s approval please check this document

What do I wear? 

The attire for conference sessions is business casual or dressy casual, meaning slacks, khakis, skirts, dresses, nice jeans, dress shirts, button-down shirts, polos, and sweaters are appropriate. The President’s Reception attire is cocktail, meaning a dark suit and tie, dress, or dressy separates are appropriate.  

What is there to do in Nashville? 

Thanks to all our Tennessee members, especially Grayson Cannon, Chris George, and Michael Wener, for these great suggestions! 

Dining (walkable)

Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse 


Dining (not walkable):


Restaurants with vegan and vegetarian options:



Nissan Stadium—Morgan Wallen, May 1-4 
Bridgestone Arena—Gloria Trevi, May 4 
Ryman Auditorium—Tracy Lawrence, May 4 
Ryman Auditorium—Chris Renzema, May 9
Ryman Auditorium—Amy Grant, May 10-11
Marathon Music Works—James Arthur, May 10 
Marathon Music Works—Our Last Night, May 11
Bridgestone Arena—Bad Bunny, May 11
James K Polk Theater—The New York Bee Gees, May 11 


Other things to do:

Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center Hotel (indoor water park, golf, shopping, dining) 
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum (next door to the Omni) 
Frist Art Museum (and check out the Union Station hotel next door) 
Centennial Park and Parthenon 
Nashville Hop On Hop Off Trolley Tour 
Lotz House Museum in Franklin, TN 
Carter House Tours Franklin, TN 
Carnton House Tours Franklin, TN 


What is the price for the 2024 Annual Conference? 

Pricing for the Conference is determined by your membership type. Early registrants get an additional discount, and late registrants will see increased costs. Please consult the chart below for more information. 

Member Type  Early Registration
(Extended to January 9) 
Regular Registration
(Register by April 5) 
 Late Registration
(Register April 6 or later)


$1,195   $1,270  $1,470
 Regular  $1,335 $1,410 $1,610
 Nonprofit  $795 $870  $1,070
 Emeritus  $795 $870 $1,070
 Law Student  FREE FREE FREE
 Non-member  $2,035  $2,110 $2,310