This year’s Bench & Bar Benefit will be a Super Soiree you won’t want to miss, on Saturday, November 4, 2017 at the InterContinental Saint Paul Riverfront in downtown St. Paul! With mobile bidding you can keep up with your favorite auction items while you socialize with friends and colleagues, enjoying free wine for the first hour of the event. And the menu offers a delicious choice of Balsamic Braised Short Ribs or Roasted Vegetable and Portobello Timbale with Fresh Mozzarella.
Saint Paul Riverfront
11 East Kellogg Blvd
5:30 p.m. Reception and Silent Auction
7:00 p.m. Dinner
More Info: http://www.ramseybar.org/event/benchbar2017/
SAVE THE DATE: OCTOBER 19, 2017!
Each year, the Council holds an annual dinner - the Asian Pacific Minnesotans Leadership Awards Dinner - to honor and celebrate the generous contributions of community members. We're excited to announce that our 2017 Dinner is scheduled for October 19th!
Mark your calendars and make sure we're spending that evening together!
How do you successfully grow your practice when you have no time and less money to dedicate to the effort? Where and how do you start? What do you do? How can you trust that your actions will reap rewards? This webinar will provide you with the framework and many of the tools you need to successfully source and grow the relationships that lead to successfully securing the clients and business you want.
Register here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/1726503021759989761
The judges and staff of Minnesota’s Second Judicial District are inviting members of the public to a community listening session in St. Paul the evening of Wednesday, October 11. The free, open-to-the-public event will be held at the Wilder Center, located at 451 Lexington Parkway North in Saint Paul, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
During the event, attendees will meet in small groups with judges and court staff, and have the opportunity to provide face-to-face input about Minnesota’s judicial system, the work of the Second Judicial District, and their personal experiences in Ramsey County District Court. Following these discussions, each of the judges will report on the key themes that emerged in their small groups, and court leaders will then discuss how the Second Judicial District will use the input provided at the event.
For more information, visit the MN courts website here.
It's free and 1.5 bias credits applied for!
CLE: Perspectives on the Use of Force
Location: Mitchell Hamline School of Law
875 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55105
Date: Thursday, August 10, 2017
Start Time: 6:00 pm
End Time: 7:30 pm
RSVP is not required, however is appreciated. Questions can be directed to Mai Neng Moua at 612-808-
9800 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Minneapolis-St. Paul Lawyer Chapter of the American Constitution Society and the Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul present
Affordable housing is under constant threat from changing economic forces and urban development that break up vital communities. Low income residents have fewer and fewer options, and local businesses and schools must deal with the impact of losing those families.
Join the ACS Minneapolis-St. Paul Lawyer Chapter and the Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul for a film screening of Sold Out: Affordable Housing at Risk. With alarming frequency, individuals, households and whole communities are being displaced as a result of a growing wave of real estate investments upscaling formerly affordable apartments across the Twin Cities region. Produced by Twin Cities PBS in partnership with the Minnesota Housing Partnership, this new 60-minute documentary lifts up the stories of affected residents, highlights the community impacts of displacement and showcases the urgent need to preserve affordable housing.
The film will be followed by a discussion featuring these distinguished panelists:
There is no charge to attend this event.
Tuesday, August 8, 2017
7:00 p.m. - 9:15 p.m. CDT
St. Anthony Main Theater
115 SE Main Street
Minneapolis, MN 55414
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Catching the Big Fish and Keeping It:
Strategies for Working with Large Institutional Clients
Tuesday, July 25, 2017 | 1.p.m. PDT/4 p.m. EDT
Please register at https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/7790907781414403330.
How do solo and small firm practitioners successfully get work from larger institutional client companies and keep the business flowing to them? The legal marketplace has been disrupted as companies that once hired only the biggest and most expensive firms are now frequently turning to smaller firms for both quality and value. This experienced panel will share insights based on time spent as in-house and outside counsel about effective marketing strategies, the qualities and factors that matter aside from price, and how to get retained and stay competitive, and more.
Moderator: Judy M. Lam, Litigation Partner, Kumagai Law Group, a small minority owned firm. After years of practice in larger firms, Judy is seeing great opportunity for small firms to capture work from institutional clients. Her litigation practice focuses on complex business and real estate disputes. Judy is also a mediator and arbitrator.
Dan Kang, Senior Counsel at Phenomenex, a global technology leader committed to developing novel analytical chemistry solutions that solve the separation and purification challenges of researchers in industrial, government and academic laboratories. Mr. Kang has prior experience working at a boutique business litigation firm.
Linda Shi, General Counsel and head of compliance at 50onRed and cofounder of Likuma Laboratories. Ms. Shi’s practice concentrates on technology, privacy, and intellectual property law and the real-life applications to clients ranging from international corporations to early stage startups.
Hoyt Zia, retired as Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for Hawaiian Airlines, Inc. Mr. Zia also has experience practicing as an attorney in in law firms and in-house with Motorola, Inc. and Amfac/JMB Hawaii, Inc. Additionally, he served in the Clinton Administration as Chief Counsel for Export Administration, Department of Commerce.
CLE Credit: Code words will be used to monitor attendance during the live webinar. NAPABA will provide attendance certificates to members for attending the webinar. It is up to individual members to determine whether the webinar qualifies for credit in their state.
Wed, June 14 7:00pm (Welcome Reception)
Thu, June 15 7:30am-8:00pm (inc. President's Reception & Team Trivia)
Hear from 2 Prominent Commentators on the Legal Profession
The 2017 MSBA Convention will highlight two prominent legal commentators, Frank H. Wu and Steven J. Harper, with insights on our profession and its role in our society.
Frank H. Wu
Distinguished Professor at the University of California Hastings College of the LawRace and Immigration in the 21st Century: Can Lawyers Unite a Divided America?
Steven J. Harper
Author of The Lawyer Bubble and the law blog The Belly of the BeastThe Role of the Legal Profession in the Trump Era
Engage in 4 “Critical Conversations” on Important Legal Policy Issues
The Impact of New Immigration Policies on Minnesota Families, Businesses and Universities
Juvenile Justice Sentencing in Minnesota
Innovation in Legal Education
The Mall of America as Constitutional Battleground
Enjoy 8 Brief “Ed Talks” on a Variety of Timely and Provocative Subjects
And Have a Whole Lot of Fun!
Attendees will enjoy lunch, two receptions, a team trivia contest, a chance to win great prizes, and much more!
Plus, stay and play at the MOA – bring your family and enjoy a long weekend at the Mall of America! Reserve your room at Radisson Blu today – only $169 per night (plus tax) for Convention attendees. Visit this reservation page to book your room at this special rate. Or call 1-800-333-3333 and ask for the Minnesota State Bar Association or MSBA room block. Or use promotional code MSBA17 when booking. Reservations must be made by May 15, 2017; any reservations after this date are subject to availability and at prevailing room rates.
Support Mu by attending their 2017 Gala on June 9. Mu produces performances born of arts, equity, and justice from the heart of the Asian American experience.
Register at http://www.muperformingarts.org/
Brought to you by the Entertainment Law Committee and Solo & Small Firm Network Soft IP – 10 Hot Topics in Copyright and Trademark Law May 18 at 4 p.m. EDT
In this ever-changing digital world, navigating intellectual property issues has become more difficult, but also more important. Lawyers should be vigilant to ensure clients know their rights – and their limitations – when it comes to the use of intellectual property. This webinar will provide a primer of the hottest issues in copyright and trademark law, including the recent cases involving attorneys' fee awards and cost shifting in copyright and trademark litigation.
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