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Monday, September 16, 2013

"Paths We Take": Regional Women in Law Conference

We are ready to go!  Our Conference is just two months away.  We are excited to see and meet you, as well as learn from the presenters and each other.  Are you going to join us? Say...Yes, I'll be there!

The Conference is for women lawyers, practicing or not; women law students; women, of any age (yes, that includes high school students and up) who are thinking about attending law school; and, any woman who has an interest in spending a few  hours around some amazing women in Arizona in November (the average temperatures for the week of the Conference are mid 70s in the daytime and mid 50s in the night time).

You might ask yourself, "Are men invited?" What should we say...yes...or...no?  The answer is yes.  All men are invited as well. However, all of the presenters are women and all of the classes are designed for women.

One of the reasons we're holding a Conference for women is we want to provide the learning environment and interaction at a low cost. The cost to attend the Conference is only $15.00...and that includes breakfast and lunch! If you want CLE (3.75 hours will be available, including .75 hours of ethics) the cost is $100.00.

You can find detailed information about the program by going to www.jrcls.org  and clicking on the Regional Women in Law Conference segment.  The registration link can be accessed from that page.

In addition to providing information about the program, you can also find information about accommodations (hotels within walking distance of the Conference, the option of sharing a room or needing to stay at someone's home the night before the Conference), transportation (if you are flying in and don't want to rent a car, you can get to the Conference location for $2.00 by using the light rail) and things to do in the area that weekend (Time Out for Women with Sheri Dew and Brad Wilcox, "The Lion King" playing at Gammage Theater on the ASU campus, etc.).

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Nan Barker at nanbarker@gmail.com.

Please come! We have a strong feeling the people attending will add as much as those presenting.  We need you there!  We want you there!

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