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The Women Lawyers' Section is co-sponsoring the NAWL Mid-Year Meeting with special rate for members

Posted By Sara Brylowski, Friday, February 19, 2016
The SCCBA Women Lawyers' Section will be co-sponsors of the National Association of Women Lawyers' Mid-Year Meeting & Awards Luncheon in March in San Francisco, which qualifies SCCBA Members for a 10% discount.

If you wish to take advantage, please click to register, and use registration code MYMWLS2016.
National Association of Women Lawyers' Mid-Year Meeting & Awards Luncheon - Special Rate for Our Members
The Santa Clara County Bar Association Women Lawyers' Section is pleased to be a partnering organization with NAWL’s Mid-Year Meeting & Awards Luncheon March 11-12, 2016 at the JW Marriott San Francisco Union Square. We have arranged a special 10% discount for our members. To register, please go to and use the code MYMWLS2016 to get the discount.
The theme this year is“Women at the Forefront: Leveraging Innovation in the Legal Profession.”This comprehensive and rich program is relevant to women in all fields of legal practice. The program includes a mix of professional development and substantive sessions, as well as plenty of networking time. Don’t miss the Power Panel, a signature session designed to put an end to the myth that striving for power isn't something "good girls" should do. Our panel will share their experiences and wisdom from their different paths to leadership.
Registration is open to NAWL members and non-members; please share this email with others who might be interested. For additional information about NAWL and the Mid-Year Meeting, visit

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