FMCSA National Conference

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Course Location

Course Fees

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November 29, 2022 to December 1, 2022

Judges, administrative law judges (ALJs), prosecutors, and other stakeholders have a vital state enforcement role in the nation’s commercial driver’s license (CDL) safety program.

The purpose of this national conference is to educate a cross-section of stakeholders on CDL regulations when adjudicating and sentencing drivers, including anti-masking and CDL reporting requirements, the threats posed by human trafficking, and cutting edge issues involving digital drivers’ licenses, autonomous vehicles, and evidentiary issues in collision reconstruction.


Please send a statement of interest to for eligibility. $0

What will I learn?

During this course, you will learn to:

  • Identify “masking” and properly apply FMCSA’s masking regulation
  • Explain the challenges posed by human trafficking and commercial vehicles
  • Understand the legal issues posed by emerging technologies, including autonomous vehicles and digital driver’s licenses.
  • Develop strategies to promote access to justice and procedural fairness, consistent with ethical responsibilities toward self-represented litigants.

Ann Ferro, Pres. & CEO, AAMVA
Aaron Ann Cole-Funfsinn, Esq.   NDAA
Dylan Wecht, Truckers Against Trafficking  
Hon. Gary Graber, NY (Ret.) 
Hon. Gayle Williams-Byers, OH (Ret.) 
Prof. Keith R. Fisher, NJC  
Hon. Jonah Triebwasser, Red Hook, NY 
Prof. Gary Marchant, Arizona State Univ. 
Kristin K. Shea, Esq., AAMVA
Hon. Rick Varner, Cambria Cty, PA                 

This course qualifies for The National Judicial College Certificate in Judicial Development program Administrative Law Adjudication Skills, Dispute Resolution Skills, General Jurisdiction Trial Skills, Special Court Trial Skills, and Tribal Judicial Skills disciplines.

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