The Minority Corporate Counsel Association holds exceptional events and conferences throughout the year that focus on networking, career development, education and job training.
Attendees learn, connect and are inspired. Below is a list of our upcoming events and programs. We hope to see you there.
September 27, 2018 | Atlanta, GA
The Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute is pleased to present The Corporate Legal Department Operations Forum. As cost pressures mount on corporate legal departments to spend less and work more efficiently across the enterprise, the need to operate as a well-oiled business grows ever more imperative by the minute. Thanks to the growing prominence of dedicated business professionals who run daily operations of these departments, in house counsel are reframing the conversation as valued business partners. This interactive forum offers case studies and best practices on how some of the country’s most progressive legal departments have evolved from historical cost centers to strategic allies. Click here to view the agenda.
The Corporate Legal Department Operations Forum
September 27, 2018
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP
201 17th Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30363
Register Now – Thomas Reuters is currently offering complimentary registration for this event (enter code CLDO2018 at registration).
October 4-5, 2018 | Montreal, Canada
It’s Lonely At The Top: Building a Successful Team with the Owner
The American Bar Association Forum on Construction Law is a nationwide organization of construction lawyers and professionals. The Forum’s focus is “Programs, Publications, and People,” with the stated mission of “Building the Best Construction Lawyers.” Each year the Forum hosts three national meetings which provide unequalled opportunities to learn from top industry professionals, and network and exchange ideas with colleagues from around the country and beyond. This year, the Forum’s Fall Meeting, titled “It’s Lonely at the Top – Building a Successful Team with the Owner,” will be held October 4 – 5, 2018 at Le Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel, Montreal, Canada. Click here for the meeting brochure with full details.
The Forum is pleased to announce the availability of six (6) Diversity Scholarships for the cost of registration for this program for women and minority construction lawyers, construction lawyers with disabilities, and construction lawyers from the LGBT community. Individuals wishing to be considered for a scholarship should submit a copy of their resume and a letter describing their construction law practice and the reasons why they want to attend the Fall Meeting. Applications are due no later than August 24, 2018. If selected, candidates must commit to attend the program. The scholarships are not transferable. The Diversity Scholarship includes:
- admission to the Program with waiver of the registration fee;
- a set of Program course materials; and
- continental breakfast and lunch as noted in the meeting brochure.
Applications for the scholarships should be sent to the Forum’s Diversity Committee Chair, David J. Theising, at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Theising by email at email@example.com or by calling him at 317-639-4511.