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All In: Reimagining Inclusive Workplaces – Friday, May 21

Women in the Law 2021 will be held virtually on Friday, May 21, 2021. Our theme this year is All In: Reimagining Inclusive Workplaces. Program highlights include:

Program highlights include:

  • A conversation with Michele Coleman Mayes, vice president, general counsel and secretary of the New York Public Library, and the Honorable Victoria Roberts ’76;
  • A special presentation by Shirley Leung, columnist and associate editor at The Boston Globe;
  • A mindfulness exercise by Brenda Fingold;
  • Three timely and topical panels: Strategies for Promoting Equity and Inclusion in the Legal WorkplaceRewriting the Code: Women, Law and Technology; and “Democracy is not a state. It is an act….” (John Lewis).
  • Three breakout sessions to choose from: Dive Deeper into the “isms”; Out of Time and Out of Mind: Strategies to Make the Most of Every DaySo You Want to Be a General Counsel.
  • An intimate interview with Nina Totenberg, NPR’s Legal Affairs Correspondent (The conversation with Totenberg will include her close friendship with RBG, her role as a trailblazer in journalism and much more.)
  • And much more..

For the full schedule & to register to attend, click here!

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