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EASL In-House Committee Breakfast Panel Series

Please join the NYSBA EASL Lawyers in Transition and In-House Committees for a Breakfast Panel

Friday, August 6, 2010
8:30-9:30 a.m.

Frankfurt Kurnit Klein and Selz, PC
488 Madison Avneue--10th FL
Between 51st and 52nd
New York, NY
(518) 487-5583

Continuing the EASL LIT breakfast panel series, the NYSBA EASL Lawyers in Transition (LIT) Committee and the newly-founded NYSBA EASL In-House Committee present a breakfast panel on the transition to in-house careers. In-house jobs are in high demand and, among other topics, this panel will discuss how to get an in-house position, how to best prepare, and what you can expect as in-house counsel.

Join us for a breakfast panel led by EASL In-House Committee Chair, Kimberly Ayers Shariff, Deputy General Counsel at Lincoln Center, along with EASL LIT Co-Chair, Saryn Leibowitz. Panelists will be announced, but will include Tracey Knuckles, General Counsel, New York City, Department of Cultural Affairs and Meg Louis, Director of Legal Affairs/Senior Counsel for NYC Media

The panel will be held Friday August 6, 2010, from 8:30 a.m.—9:30 a.m., at Frankfurt Kurnit Klein and Selz, PC, located at 488 Madison Avenue (between 51st and 52nd Street), 10th Floor. The session is free, but registration is required. Please register by August 5th. This is a non-CLE event.

LIMITED SEATING—PLEASE REGISTER EARLY at http://www.nysba.org/AM/Template.cfm?Section=Events1&Template=/Conference/ConferenceDescByRegClass.cfm&ConferenceID=4286

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