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Resiliency is Critical to Thrive in Today’s Ever Changing Market

“Resiliency” is the word of the day for in-house counsel who want to not only survive, but thrive, in today’s changing business and legal landscapes. Learn how to incorporate the critical skill of resilience into your role as in-house counsel at the National Association of Women Lawyers’ Ninth Annual General Counsel Institute on November 7 and 8, 2013.

This unique program connects women in-house counsel from across the country for two days in a collaborative effort to discuss the power of perseverance, resilience and success. Hear amazing personal stories of resiliency from keynote speakers Lauren Stevens, former VP and Associate General Counsel of GlaxoSmithCline, who was indicted by the DOJ for, among other things, making false statements and obstructing justice, all of which were thrown out by the court; and Liz Murray, author of Breaking Night: A Memoir of Forgiveness, Survival and My Journey from Homeless to Harvard. Talk about resilience!

Meet top legal leaders from Gap, Estee Lauder, American Express, Godiva, Walmart and others. Explore cutting-edge issues and the direction of new legal changes focused specifically in areas of concern to in-house counsel, such as cyber-security and data privacy, regulatory policy and politics, and global intellectual property protection during CLE-eligible workshops.

Join more than 200 dynamic general counsel and senior counsel and experience the uniquely candid atmosphere that has become the hallmark of NAWL’s GCI program. As one past attendee exclaimed: “The energy and talent of the women in the room were beyond compare!” Register at http://www.nawl.org/calendar_day.asp?date=11/7/2013&event=90.

Be sure to join NAWL’s General Counsel Institute LinkedIn Group for more information on Resilience, GCI9, and other topics of interest to women lawyers. Join LinkedIn Group Here

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