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Panel Discussion I

SESSION I PANELS: Big Law I: This panel covers what it is like to work at a major law firm. Big Law II: This panel covers what it is like to work at a major law firm. Small & Medium Markets: This panel covers what it is like to work in a small or medium market. Panelists include attorneys from large, midsize, and small/solo firms in a variety of cities. Life as an Associate: This panel covers what it is like to work as an associate at a law firm. General Counsel/In House: This panel covers what it is like to work as an in house lawyer. Life as a Lawyer Outside of the Billable Hour: This is a panel focused on the extracurricular work lawyers do. Subjects discussed include being a member of a bar or other legal association, writing articles or blogging about one's practice area, giving speeches & presentations, networking for clients, pro bono & public interest work, serving on community boards, serving on law firm committees, and all the other things lawyers do and are expected to do that aren't billing hours (but nevertheless help advance their careers and reputations). Also included in this panel is a general discussion of how to balance a full workload of billing hours plus all of these extracurriculars with the rest of a lawyer's life.




Panel Discussion II

SESSION II PANELS: Guiding Businesses & Organizations Through the Regulatory Environment: This panel provides a discussion on how law firms and businesses handle issues related to government regulation, including advising clients and businesspeople, communicating with (and occasionally litigating against) government organizations, and current trends in the regulatory state. Raising Money & Creating Funds: This panel provides an introduction into private equity, venture capital, and fund formation. Career Progression: This panel focuses on career progression in the field of law. Topics may include switching jobs or practice areas, advancing to higher positions, starting your own firm, moving to different markets, and charting your career path not just out of law school, but throughout your career. Science, Technology & Intellectual Property in the Business Context: This panel provides a discussion on science, technology, and intellectual property issues businesses (and the law firms that represent them) encounter. This discussion also includes other transactional issues that may arise with companies that deal heavily in scientific or technological fields. Capital Markets & Financing: This panel provides an introduction into capital markets and the various options companies have when raising money via debt and equity. Business Litigation: This panel provides an introduction into business litigation. The Transactional Lawyer: An Introduction: This panel provides a brief introduction into the various types practice areas a transactional lawyer may engage in as well as the pros and cons of being a transactional lawyer.





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