Skip to main content
On Demand

Meeting Your Moments – Insights on Leadership and Professionalism for Lawyers in Challenging Times


Total Credits: 3 CLE, 3 Ethics

Average Rating:
   22
Categories:
Ethics |  Skills
Original Program Date:
Sep 30, 2022


Description

Leaders in the legal community will share inspiring leadership experiences at critical junctures in their careers, including “real life” lessons learned along the way and their observations on how others faced vital tests.  This program will provide practical insights and strategies to empower you to best meet your moments by increasing your influence and leadership in your workplace, volunteer organizations, and community. 
 
Your moments may not be of your choosing, but you can act now to best equip yourself to meet them.

This seminar is supported by the Bar Leadership Institute. Learn more about the BLI here.  https://www.azbar.org/for-lawyers/career-advancement/bar-leadership-institute/

Chair:
Elena Nethers, State Bar of Arizona

Faculty: 
Hon. Margaret Downie, Presiding Disciplinary Judge
Hon. David B. Gass, Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One
Hon. Randall Howe, Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One
George Chen, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
Booker T. Evans, Booker T Evans, PLLC
Jim O'Sullivan, Tiffany & Bosco PA
Jessica Sanchez, Udall Shumway PLC,

Handouts

Reviews

5
4
3
2
1

Overall:      4.1

Total Reviews: 22

Comments

Kari C

"Good speakers"

Derek W

"This program was not very informative for me."

Daniel S

"I enjoyed hearing the stories of where successful people came from and how they got to their position. "

Michelle N

"excellent and interesting panels"

Bruna P

"VERY impressed-- this was a very thoughtful and well presented CLE!"

Shawna W

"LOVE judge Downie - she was exceptional. Also appreciated perspectives of others - nice and personable/more intimate than most."

Scott P

"I enjoyed the real world stories. "

Karen B

"The speakers were good Good motivator for very young or new attorneys but perhaps more specifics could be included for more seasoned practitioners."