In-House Counsel Summit

 

New York, NY | August 8-9, 2019

 

The In-House Counsel Summit* (IHC Summit) is a collective effort by senior Asian Pacific American leaders in the legal community to effectively change the landscape of the legal profession at its highest levels, specifically with respect to general counsel in Fortune 500 companies. In order to achieve this goal, the Program provides a platform for senior leaders to achieve three sub-goals: identify, develop, and promote talented Asian Pacific American lawyers. The Program is structured with panels, workshops, and individual meetings with influential leaders to achieve these three sub-goals.

This year’s Program will include panels featuring insights from Fortune 500 GCs and professionals from top search firms. There will be three tracks to ensure that we continue to have a safe environment for participants to discuss concerns germane to each respective group and experience level but there will also be group networking opportunities available.

Enrollment

Participation to the Summit is limited to in-house attorneys and we invite interested IHCs to apply. Enrollment is first come, first serve for qualified participants who have submitted complete applications.

Questions

For questions, please email  ihcsummit@gmail.com.

 

*The In-House Counsel Summitt (IHC Summit) is distinct from NAPABA's Leadership Advancement Program (LAP). The IHC Summit is offered only to IHCs looking for professional leadership development and opportunities in association with NAPABA 20/20 initiative focused on career advancement for APA in-house counsel. NAPABA's LAP is a professional and personal development program for mid-career IHC and law firm attorneys through leadership skills development, candid and open dialogue, and relationship-building. For more information about NAPABA's Leadership Advancement Program, please visit, https://www.napaba.org/page/19_LeaderWorkshop.

 

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