Hamline Law Review
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2013 Spring Symposium: Current Issues Facing In-House Counsel in Minnesota
The Hamline Law Review presents a symposium on January 31, 2014, to address relevant and timely topics for in-house counsel.We believe in supporting this segment of the Minnesota Bar by offering an opportunity to foster communication, dialogue, and interactions within the community and the future of the profession being educated here at Hamline. The topics being presented upon include:
1) Meeting the needs of in-house counsel: What in-house counsel is looking for and what firms, both large and small, have to offer.
2) How in-house counsel approach the Affordable Care Act: Employee retention, work-week structuring, and pay versus play.
3)Conflict avoidance: Scenarios in-house counsel must appreciate and understand.
4) Social media accounts: Who owns them? What workplace policies should be implemented?
CLE Credits will be applied for
Time: 8:00 - 3:00 pm
Location: Hamline Univerisity, Klas Center, Kay Fredericks Room (3rd Floor).
For registration details contact Deb Lange at 651-523-2122 or email@example.com
Should anyone have interest in participation or to offer an article of submission in the Hamline Law Review Symposium Edition of Volume 37, please contact us immediately by phone or email.
Symposium Contact is C. Jeremy LaGasse, Symposium Editor, Hamline Law Review, firstname.lastname@example.org
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