with Dorothy Brown
Wednesday, April 8th at 5-5:45 p.m.
will be provided
Serving her third elected term as Clerk
of the largest unified court system
in the world, Dorothy Brown, who was an evening student and mother while
is responsible for managing an annual operating budget of $100 million plus
and a workforce of over 2,100 employees.
Clerk Brown will talk about an array of
issues that are sure to be interesting to all types of students. So, save
the date and look for more information in the weeks ahead.
you plan to attend, please let Mark Hoffman (firstname.lastname@example.org) know, so we can order the
correct amount of food.
Law School Society (ELSS)
Student Bar Association (SBA)
Chicago-Kent Parents As Law Students (PALS)
Black Law Students Association (BLSA)
Women in Law (WIL)
with Families & Achieving Work Life Balance
Wednesday, April 15th
at 5 p.m.
Are you a student with
a family or a student who plans to start a family during your legal career?
Wondering how attorneys balance the demands of a legal career with family
life?† Please join PALS and HLLSA for
a panel discussion with a group of diverse attorneys who are successfully
balancing work and family life.
Yesenia Villasenor-Rodriguez, Drinker Biddle
Steven McKenzie, City of Chicago Law Department
Rebecca Quintero, Cook County State's Attorney Office
Karen Doran, DoranMedina, LLC
Panelists will address challenges and solutions to work-life conflicts,
alternative work options, employer support, child care, time-management and
Donít miss the practical, real-life advice these attorneys have to offer!
Refreshments will be served
Please RSVP to email@example.com