Thursday, May 25, 2017
4:00 – 5:30 PM (Registration opens 3:30 pm)
Fernbank Museum of Natural History
Francis Wood Theater
Over the past three decades, Asian Americans have been the fastest growing group in the legal profession. Yet, despite advances in recruitment, Asian Americans (and other minority groups) continue to be under-represented in partnership and leadership ranks, more so for women than men. Does a diverse workforce directly or indirectly impact the bottom line? What accounts for these disparities in advancement and promotion? And why should all that matter to managing partners and executive decision-makers whose focus is on best business practices?
Explore these issues with our distinguished panel of experts – pioneers who have blazed trails of their own -- in a lively, frank, and interactive discussion.
- Ivan Fong, SVP, Legal Affairs and GC, 3M Company
- Linda Klein, ABA President and Senior Managing Shareholder, Baker Donelson
- Juliette Pryor, SVP, GC and Secretary, Cox Enterprises
- Cyndie Chang, NAPABA President and Managing Partner, Duane Morris (Los Angeles office)
- Moderated by Sam Matchett, Diversity Partner, King & Spalding
Please join us for GAPABA’s second annual Rainmakers Forum, exclusively for GALA sponsors.
All 2017 GALA Sponsors, from Diamond to Solo/Small Firm, will be allowed one ticket to this important corporate business development opportunity. For more information, visit www.GAPABA.org/GALA
Please note this event is exclusively for 2017 Gala Sponsors. Not yet a Gala Sponsor?
DIRECTIONS: Fernbank Museum of Natural History, 767 Clifton Rd., NE, Atlanta, GA 30307
If you have any questions or difficulty with registration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.