The Affordable Care Act just turned five years old. How much do you know about the details of this sweeping law? Which Supreme Court Justice do you think will save the Affordable Care Act? Take the ATL/Wolters Kluwer ACA Challenge here and get free access to Wolters Kluwer’s three-part strategic analysis “The Affordable Care Act at Age Five: A Look Back and a Look Ahead.”
On Thursday, April 23rd, Above the Law will be coming to the great city of Chicago. Local lawyers are cordially invited to join the entire ATL editorial team for a casual gathering from 6 to 8 p.m. at an undisclosed (yet stylish) watering hole in Chicago. Sign up and we’ll keep you in the Loop.
Come on out for some conversation, food, drink, and networking-type shenanigans. Did we mention free drinks? The event is sponsored by our friends at Kinney Recruiting.
If the thought of opening a solo practice is both exciting and scary, we have a treat for you. New Solo, a podcast dedicated completely to solo practitioners, is here to help. Each month, host Adriana Linares interviews distinguished guests who share insights and information on how to successfully run your own law firm.
On March 5th 2015, the National Association of Women Lawyers® (“NAWL”) hosted its Mid-Year Meeting & Awards Luncheon – The Power of Us: Building a Better Future Together – for over 250 women attorneys from firms and companies across the country. As part of the robust program, social entrepreneur Connie K. Duckworth shared her knowledge and insights as the keynote presenter.