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The Minority Corporate Counsel Association presents an intriguing and candid conversation with diverse leaders in the legal profession on how fascinating issues like these have impacted their careers. Come gain the lessons our distinguished panelists have learned from these captivating experiences. Find out what it has really taken for them to get to this level and what has honestly led to their success.

5/16/2012
When: 5/16/2012
5:00 PM
Where: California African American Museum
Exposition Park 600 State Drive
Los Angeles, California  90037
United States

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Featuring the Presentation of the Thomas L. Sager AwardWest Regional

in Partnership with

Three People. Three Perspectives.
Failure. Spontaneity. Do Overs. Doubt. Courage. Real talk. Real people.

Join Us in City of Angels!

The Minority Corporate Counsel Association presents an intriguing and candid conversation with diverse leaders in the legal profession on how fascinating issues like these have impacted their careers. Come gain the lessons our distinguished panelist have learned from these captivating experiences. Find out what it has really taken for them to get to this level and what has honestly led to their success.

This will be a closed-door honest exchange ripe with straight talk, no recordings, no media.
This conversation series promises to be compelling!


Where:

California African American Museum
Exposition Park 600 State Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90037
540 N. Michigan Avenue

 
 
 
 
When:

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

 
Agenda:
  • 5:00 PM Registration & Welcome Cocktails
  • 6:00 PM Panel Dialogue followed by the presentation
    of Thomas L. Sager Award
  • 7:30 PM Networking Reception

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