2020 AAPL Annual Meeting
The 66th Annual Meeting : Virtual Event, June 18, 2020
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the AAPL Board of Directors made the decision not to move forward with an in-person Annual Meeting in Huntington Beach, California and instead presented AAPL’s 66th Annual Meeting virtually on June 18, 2020. The Board of Directors also voted to eliminate the registration fee and provide the Annual Meeting as a complimentary benefit (a total value of $600+) for all AAPL members. The education sessions are available for registered participants to view for one year. If you were unable to participate in AAPL’s Virtual Annual Meeting, individual education sessions are now available on demand for purchase. Please check the AAPL On-Demand Store for options. Thank you to all participants, speakers and sponsors who joined us for our first virtual event!
2019 AAPL Annual Meeting
The 65th Annual Meeting & Conference : Pittsburgh, June 19-22, 2019
Early on, the city of Pittsburgh played an important role in our country’s history. It’s easily navigable waterways and an abundance of natural resources helped Pittsburgh become the industrial center for a growing nation. Known as the “Gateway to the West,” Pittsburgh led the way in the trade industry for products such as coal, timber, petroleum, iron and limestone.
Today’s Pittsburgh is a model of adaptation, maintaining its independent and inventive spirit while exhibiting an “Old World charm.” Our host hotel — the Wyndham Grand — is located where Pittsburgh’s famed three rivers meet at the heart of downtown with breathtaking views of Point State Park. Attendees were within walking distance of Heinz Field, PPG Towers, the theatre district, and so much more.
For this year’s conference, AAPL leaders and staff assembled an outstanding educational lineup with presentations by respected leaders and experts from across the industry. New this year, educational sessions were offered via a dual-track program, providing a wider variety of professional development options and the chance to earn up to 24 continuing education credits. Additionally, the schedule was packed with a multitude of business and networking opportunities that support and advance the careers of land professionals. Mixed in are social events that offer informal environments to connect with old colleagues and the chance to make new ones.