Navigating Workers
Recovery in 2021

The 33rd Annual MWCEA Educational Conference

April 14-16, 2021 | Beau Rivage, Biloxi, MS



Regretfully, the Mississippi Workers’ Compensation Educational Association Board and the Mississippi Workers’ Compensation Commission have decided to cancel our 2020 Conference due to the COVIDE-19 pandemic. While we initially sought to reschedule the Conference to November 2020, reports of conflicts from speakers, vendors and attendees resulted in our decision not to go forward in November of 2020. We are considering the possibility of some alternate programming for the fall of 2020 and will release information regarding same when it becomes available. Regardless, Conference 2021 is already set to take place at the Beau Rivage, April 14-16, and we look forward to seeing everyone there.

We wish to thank all who have sponsored, displayed at and attended the MWCEA Conference over the years and especially for your prospective support of the 2021 Conference. We will transfer any sponsorship, vendor and attendee fees already remitted to the MWCEA for the 2020 Conference to the 2021 Conference. However, we will honor any refund requests. Refund requests can be emailed to this address:

Thank you again for your ongoing support. We hope that you are safe, healthy and taking the necessary precautions as we all navigate through these challenging times. 

Welcome to the Mississippi Workers' Compensation Educational Association

What is the MWCEA?

The Mississippi Workers’ Compensation Educational Association (MWCEA) is an organization whose stated purpose is to promote, encourage and foster the advancement of education in the field of Mississippi workers’ compensation law and benefits, along with the rules and regulations, etc., through the dissemination of knowledge by publications, seminars, lectures and other means.

The organization also promotes interaction between companies in the workers’ compensation community to exchange and foster new ideas to better serve the employers and claimants in our state.

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