|What It's Really Like to Practice Law as a Woman|
Wednesday, July 22, 2009 6:00 pm
Women lawyers with experience in government, law firms, non-profit organizations, alternative practices and in-house law departments speak about issues that significantly affect lawyers just entering the profession.
(Wine & cheese reception follows panel discussion)
Randy Shapiro, Deputy Chief Counsel, Newsweek
Robin Alperstein, Partner, Becker, Glynn, Melamed & Muffly LLP
Jessica Lipson, Associate, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
Carmen ReyStaff Attorney, Immigration Intervention Project, Sanctuary for Families, Center for Battered Women’s Legal Services
Juhu Thukral, Director of Law & Advocacy, The Opportunity Agenda
Co-sponsored by: Law Student Perspectives Committee, Jodi M. Savage, Chair; Sex & the Law Committee, Rachel L. Braunstein, Chair; Women in the Profession Committee, Brande M. Stellings, Chair and the New York Women's Bar Association
To register please RSVP to http://www.nywba.org/summerprogram/.