Check-in and breakfast begin at 8:30
The NLLC is the premiere event in the State for the up
and coming leaders within the legal practice of Minnesota. This year’s
conference is packed with useful and innovative presentations and activities.
Presentation topics will include:
- Essential Technical Know-how for
Attorneys- Developing Your Brand as a Leading Attorney- Cultural Awareness
for Lawyer Leaders- Using your Law Degree to Lead the Way in
Non-Traditional Law Jobs and Community Service Roles- Community Involvement- Issues to Consider When
Practicing Law and Serving in an Advisory
We are excited to announce the
luncheon program called “Lunch with the Leaders.” The top leaders of the
Minnesota State Bar Association, Ramsey County Bar Association, and Hennepin
County Bar Association will be in attendance to dine with program attendees.
This is a wonderful opportunity for networking, one-on-one interaction, and to
obtain first-hand guidance from the leaders within Minnesota’s legal community.
New Lawyers Section Outstanding New Lawyer of the Year Award will be presented during the
There will also be
a happy hour following the conference.
Presenters:Sam Glover |
LawyeristAaron Hall |
Thompson, Hall, Santi Cerny & DooleyDr. Artika Tyner | University of St.
ThomasFritz Ebinger | Energy
Program Manager at The Minnesota ProjectEmily Lefholz | Committee
Administrator for the Judiciary & Civil Law Committees at the Minnesota
House of RepresentativesHilary Loynes | Attorney at Larson King and
member of the board of directors for Meals on WheelsEmily McGann | MSBA
Government Relations DirectorCLE
1 Elimination of Bias, 2 Law Office Management and 1 Ethics CLE credits Approved
| Event Code: 189752
breakfast, lunch and happy
Participation:Teleconferencing is not available for this event.
Want more information about the MSBA New Lawyers Section?
To register by mail with a check, please use the
registration form located here.Questions? Contact:Molly Malone | 612-278-6376 |
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