Venue for the 2024 NCACC conference in Burlington: The DoubleTree by Hilton hotel.
Downtown Burlington as seen from Lake Champlain. The Green Mountains are in the background.
Photograph by by Patrick Spencer
Aerial view of downtown Burlington with the Green Mountains in the background. Photograph by Kyle Damon.
Lake Champlain. Photograph by Greg Danford.
Church Street Market Place, Burlington. Photograph by Bear Cieri.
The 51st Annual Conference and Meeting of the National Conference of Appellate Court Clerks will be held in Burlington, Vermont, from August 4 – 8, 2024, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Burlington.
- Register online at RegFox
- Reserve a room at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Burlington
- Conference Agenda and Social Events
- Education Binder
- Form for Continuing Legal Education credit
Located on the shores of Lake Champlain, with views toward the Adirondacks in the west and toward the Green Mountains in the east, Burlington (population 45,000) is Vermont’s largest and most vibrant city. It is the home of the University of Vermont. There is a lot to see and do in Burlington so you should try to arrive early or stay late to explore the city and surrounding areas.
“Hello Burlington, VT” – website with links to things to do, events, restaurants, and more.
University of Vermont Event Services – this page on the University of Vermont’s website provides students, alumni, family, and friends with information on Food & Drink; Recreation & Adventure; and Arts, Entertainment & Culture in the Burlington area.
The Church Street Market Place is an award-winning pedestrian mall with over 60 retails stores and more than 30 restaurants, in addition to street entertainers and cart vendors. The Market Place hosts events year-round, such as Family Art Saturdays, Music on the Bricks, and Imagination Station, and the Festival of Fools.
The Ben & Jerry’s factory in Waterbury is the only one open to the public. “The 30 minute guided portion of your Factory Experience begins with a quick MOO-vie to learn about our company culture followed by a short walk to our glassed-in mezzanine overlooking the production room floor where your tour guide will explain how we make our pints. To sweeten the deal you’ll also receive a sample of one of our chunks*. The tour ends in our Flavor Room with a tasting of one of our euphoric flavors* and a cow joke, or two! *nondairy, vegan options available.”