Boston University School of Law

What It's Really Like to Practice Law as a Woman (NYC)


What It's Really Like to Practice Law as a Woman (NYC)


Law students, summer associates, interns, new attorneys, and recruiting coordinators are invited to hear an outstanding panel of attorneys share their experiences in large and small firms, non-profit organizations, government, and in-house law departments and discuss the issues that significantly affect women lawyers just entering the profession. Reception to follow.

Moderator: Amy Goldsmith, Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP

Speakers: Jennifer Tafet Klausner, Davis & Gilbert LLP; Karla G. Sanchez, Executive Deputy Attorney General for Economic Justice, New York State Attorney General's Office; Raquel Thompson, Legal and Compliance Associate, Alphadyne Asset Management; Alita Wingfield, Executive Director, Legal and Compliance Division, Managing Attorney of the Global Litigation Group, Morgan Stanley

Sponsored by: Committee on Law Student Perspectives, Susan Bainnson, Chair; Committee on Sex and the Law, Pamela Zimmerman, Chair; Committee on Women in the Profession, Angela Rella, Chair

Co-sponsored by: New York Women’s Bar Association

To register to attend this program, go online to . The program is free for summer associates, interns, law students and junior attorneys.


6:00pm on Wednesday, July 10th 2013

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42 West 44th St. (bet. 5th & 6th Ave.)



Career Development Office, J.D. Central