Lansing is the state’s capitol city [map] and sits just about at the center of Michigan’s lower peninsula.
The city features a beautiful and historic capitol building, the Michigan Supreme Court, the state’s library, museums, and many government buildings. Lansing is a mid-sized midwestern city, so it’s easy to get to and easy to get around.
Most conference events will take place at the Cooley Conference Center. It’s right on Capitol Avenue, just a block away from the historic state capitol and just steps away from Thomas M. Cooley Law School.
Address: 217 S. Capitol Ave., Lansing, Michigan 48933
We’ve reserved rooms for conference participants at The Radisson Hotel.
The hotel is located just a short walk away from the Cooley Conference Center. You’ll never need a car, cab, or bus to get where you want to go during this conference. And the Radisson offers a free shuttle service to and from the Lansing Regional Airport.
Address: 111 N. Grand Avenue, Lansing, Michigan 48933
Telephone: +1 (517) 482-0188
Fax: +1 (517) 487-6646
Make your reservations online or call +1 (800) 967-9033 US/Canada Toll-free
Rate: Special discounted rate of $114.95/night for conference participants, from Wednesday, March 20, 2013, through Sunday, March 24, 2013. Rate includes a full hot-breakfast buffet. Use the promotional code: “LAWREV”
The closest airport is the Lansing Capital Region International Airport (LAN). It's just 15 minutes from the Radisson Hotel and Cooley Temple Conference Center.
Other airports: These three airports are each about one-and-a-half hours from Lansing:
Grand Rapids, Michigan: Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GRR)
Flint, Michigan: Bishop International Airport (FNT)
Detroit, Michigan: Detroit Metro Airport (DTW)
Several rental-car companies service these airports. The Radisson Hotel offers a free shuttle to and from the Lansing airport.
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