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IBA: Mark Calendars for Sedona, Arizona

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The Indianapolis Bar Association is going on the road with CLE to stunning Sedona, Ariz., November 15-17, 2012. Based at Enchantment Resort, the getaway provides rest, relaxation and six hours of continuing legal education.

The Enchantment Resort, rated by Travel+Leisure as one of the 100 best resorts in America, combines the unique natural beauty of the Southwest with superb accommodations, dining, spa services and exciting activities. Those attending will enjoy an opening night cocktail party and dinner on Thursday, November 15 followed by two mornings of CLE courses for attorneys from a variety of disciplines including family law and criminal law. Free afternoons will leave time to experience all the area has to offer.

Special room rates at Enchantment Resort will be available for event attendees. The cost for a Casita Bedroom/Deluxe Studio will be $189 per night, plus a $25 resort fee daily and a one-time porterage fee of $12 per person. Casita Junior Suites are $269 per night, plus fees; and Casita Suites (one bedroom) are $403 per night, plus fees.

Registration for the 2012 CLE Getaway, anticipated to begin at $375, will open in April. Sponsorship opportunities are open now and start at $1,000, including registration for the conference.•

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