Campbell Law School's Alumni Association will host its annual "Campbell Lawyers Speak" CLE on Friday, Oct. 22, 2021. Topics include "The Slow Death of Law Firm Partnership Model: An Exploration of Pre- and Post-Great Recession Law Firm Economics and Drivers Leading to Tomorrow's Firms," "The Intersection of the Business of Law with the Practice of Law Post-Covid," "Enabling ED&I: Your Role, Whatever Your Legal Hat" and "Don't Crash and Burn: An Aviator's Guide to Legal Ethics."
Speakers include the Honorable V. Stuart Couch '96, federal immigration judge; Shiau Yen Chin-Dennis, managing partner for K&L Gates in Portland, Oregon; Norma Barnes-Euresti, chief counsel labor and employment, ethics and compliance for Kellogg; Keith Faulkner, former dean Campbell Law and Liberty Law schools, current dean at Appalachian Law School; Ashley H. Story, founding partner at Troutman Pepper; Thomas Walker, partner at Alston & Bird and former U.S. Attorney.
In-person or virtual attendance will be available. Current members of the Campbell Law Alumni Association can attend the day's events at no cost but must register in advance. For nonmembers the cost is $75 for the half-day and $125 for the full-day CLE for anyone else who wishes to attend.
More Details about the event: https://news.campbell.edu/articles/campbell-law-alumni-association-to-host-annual-cle-on-oct-22-with-in-person-and-virtual-options/
Registration is available at this link: https://igfn.us/form/Qkp3kg