LAGUNA HILLS, Calif. (May 20, 2020) – The California Association of Community Managers (CACM) will host an entirely virtual Law Seminar on June 2. CACM is set to launch a dedicated virtual event space that will allow members to join in on live educational sessions sponsored by an impressive group of industry partners held throughout the day, in addition to accessing 14 sessions for a period of 90 days post-event. Attendees will be able to download session materials, ask questions and network virtually at the “Virtual Happy Hour” being hosted by CACM.

The Virtual Law Seminar is the first of its kind for CACM. The team began developing the idea following the cancelation of the Southern California Law Seminar and Expo in March based on an executive order from Gov. Gavin Newsom restricting gatherings. The Law Seminar is CACM’s largest event of the year. It’s held in Northern and Southern California, and provides the latest legal updates for the community management industry.

CACM members who were registered but weren’t able to attend the SCLSE20 will gain free access to the Virtual Law Seminar, while those who attended the Northern California Law Seminar and Expo (NCSLE20) as well as those who didn’t attend either event, will also be able to access the Virtual Law Seminar for a reduced fee.

“It is so important to continue to offer education and networking opportunities to our manager and industry partner members through this pandemic,” said president and CEO Tom Freeley. “We are excited to develop this and give credit to Education Director, Judy Levinsohn and her team within the Education Department for quickly adapting to this new normal. We will continue to explore new ways to educate and elevate our members in this new, socially-distanced environment.”

Learn more about CACM’s Virtual Law Seminar here. Sponsorship opportunities are available for the Virtual Law Seminar. Interested companies should reach out to


About CACM: With nearly 3,000 members, CACM is the only community association management organization to offer California-specific programs leading to a state-recognized designation of Certified Community Association Manager (CCAM®). The association trains community managers to understand and have a working knowledge of more than 1,200 laws and statutes regulating homeowners associations for the benefit of homeowners throughout California. For more information about CACM, our programs or services, please contact Emily Yost, Director of Marketing & Communications, at (949) 340-6629 or