Women in the Law


Wednesday, March 13, 2013 - Friday, March 15, 2013


Vivia J. Chen, The Careerist; Patricia K. Gillette, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP; Eva Kripalani, Eva Kripalani Legal and Consulting Services; Caroline Turner, DifferenceWORKS LLC; Emily A. Parker , Thompson & Knight LLP


Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach
4525 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33140
United States


www.dri.org or (312) 795-1101


member $745, nonmember $975


2-5 pm Weds, 8 am-5:10 pm Thurs, 8 am-1:35 pm Fri

CLE Credits:

12.25 hrs, including 1 ethics hr


This seminar addresses the unique challenges women face in the practice of law and offers an alternative model for success, based on a woman’s distinctive communication style and personality. The program is both educational and enriching, geared to help practitioners hone their trial and business development skills. It is also an opportunity to participate in a variety of networking and social activities. A distinguished faculty from around the country includes in-house lawyers from some of the most recognized companies in America, experienced and successful trial lawyers, and nationally prominent business, marketing, and trial consultants.

In a morning session on Thursday, Marianne M. Trost, The Women Lawyers Coach, LLC, will discuss the Anatomy of Networking, presenting the results of a groundbreaking nationwide study of female rainmakers that examines the traits that allow women to build practices and whether these differ from those of successful male rainmakers. Also on Thursday, Vivia J. Chen, The Careerist, will offer The Careerist’s Top Ten Tips to Advance Your Career. Ms. Chen, a nationally recognized blogger, will offer fresh advice as a practicing lawyer who has studied what drives success in the legal field.

On Friday, John H. Martin of Thompson & Knight LLP will participate in a discussion titled Men Promoting Women: A Win-Win for the Legal Profession. This male panel will discuss how the men in a workplace can effectively support women’s initiatives, sponsor women for advancement, provide leadership opportunities, and take steps to eliminate gender bias.



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