Thursday, Jun. 14, 2007
Boston hosts National Conference for the Minority Lawyer, June 28-29
Topics will include race and the Roberts Court and affirmative action in law firms
The American Bar Association and the Massachusetts Bar Association are pleased to invite you to attend the ABA's National Conference for the Minority Lawyer: A Unique Program for Litigators, Business Lawyers, In-House Counsel, Solo Practitioners and Government Lawyers on Thursday, June 28, and Friday, June 29, in Boston.
The ABA Section of Business Law and the ABA Commission on Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the Profession have joined together to bring you this important event. This conference will offer a combination of practical training sessions and cutting-edge, substantive CLE programs designed specifically for minority business lawyers, litigators and government lawyers.
The following members of the MBA were involved in the planning of the conference and/or will be featured speakers:
- Kay H. Hodge, chair, ABA Commission on Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the Profession, and partner, Stoneman, Chandler & Miller LLP, Boston
- Harry T. Daniels, partner, WilmerHale, Boston
- Josephine McNeil, director, Citizens For Affordable Housing in Newton Development Organization Inc., Boston
- Eneida Roman, Roman Law Offices, Boston
- Agnes Bundy Scanlan, Goodwin Procter LLP, Boston
- Richard A. Soden, partner, Goodwin Procter LLP, Boston
For registration information and more details about the conference, visit the ABA's Web site.