PROGRAMS & EVENTS
2019 Denver Conference
Monday, April 29, 2019 - Tuesday, April 30, 2019
Four Seasons Denver
1111 14th St. | Denver, CO 80202
This conference is designed for lawyers of all levels to “elevate” their careers while in the Mile High City. The conference will explore how women lawyers at all levels can advance their careers, with programming on both substantive changes in the law and embracing our diversity and using it to our advantage, rather than trying to fit in to a traditional mold. The programming will include a fireside chat with local GCs and an interactive presentation-skills session. During concurrent sessions, attendees will have the opportunity to learn about recent changes in Title IX, board service opportunities and news laws relating to gender diversity on boards, recent trends in hiring and salaries for both in-house counsel and outside-counsel, and communication skills with an intergenerational panel of women lawyers. The program will conclude with a panel of Denver women on the bench and a networking reception, where attendees will have the opportunity to network with peers and presenters alike. The primary goal of the conference is to help each attendee take the next steps toward achieving her own definition of professional success.
2019 Mid-Year Meeting
Wednesday, February 27 - Friday, March 1, 2019
Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines
10950 North Torrey Pines Road | La Jolla, CA 92037
The National Association of Women Lawyers invites you to the 2019 Mid-Year Meeting in La Jolla! This engaging and innovative program will offer both professional development opportunities and skills training to help women in all fields of legal practice thrive in their careers. Members will have the opportunity to shape the future of NAWL and the legal profession. We will recognize and honor leading lawyers and business leaders who have made a significant impact on improving and diversifying the legal profession. And, as always, there will be plenty of time for networking built in throughout the event.
Friends of NAWL Events
Public Rights Project's 2019 Fellowship