NAPABA committee and network events are a great way to engage with members in your network and practice areas. NAPABA committee and network leaders welcome you to their business meetings, receptions, and dinners. Events are open to all Convention attendees unless otherwise noted.
Thursday, Nov. 3 | NAPABA Committee/Network Social | 3:45–4:45 p.m.
Kick off the Convention by meeting with NAPABA committee/network leaders and active members to learn how to maximize your NAPABA membership through involvement in a NAPABA council, affinity network, substantive law committee, and/or service committee. For a full listing of committees and networks, click here.
Thursday, Nov. 3 | Dinners | 8–10 p.m. (additional fees apply)
- Joint International & Entertainment Law Committees Dinner
- Solo & Small Firm Network Dinner (generously supported by Met Life)
- Women’s Leadership Network Dinner
- Young Lawyers/First Time Attendee Dinner
Friday, Nov. 4 | Business Meetings | Various times (see schedule)
- Bankruptcy, Restructuring & Creditors’/Debtors’ Rights Committee
- Civil Rights Committee
- Corporate Transactions Committee
- Government Enforcement & Compliance Committee
- Insurance Law Committee
- Pro Bono & Community Service Committee
- Real Property Committee
- Regional Conference Committee
- Trusts & Estates Committee
Friday, Nov. 4 | Receptions | 5–6 p.m.
- In-House Counsel Reception (generously supported by Prudential)
- Insurance Law Committee
- Joint Corporate Transactions, Real Property, and Bankruptcy, Restructuring & Creditors’/Debtors’ Rights Committees
- Real Property Committee
- Solo & Small Firm Network
- Women’s Leadership Network
Friday, Nov. 4 | Dinners | 8–10 p.m.
- Judicial Council Dinner (Private event open only to bench officers)
- Partners/In-House Counsel Dinner (Private event only open to Partners Directory Members and in-house attorneys. Registration information will be available in August.)
Saturday, Nov. 5 | Business Meetings | Various Times (see schedule)
- Diversity and Inclusion Committee
- Intellectual Property Committee
- International Law Committee
- Judicial Council
- Leadership Advisory Council
- Mass Torts Committee
- Partners Network
- Solo & Small Firm Committee
- Women’s Leadership Network
- Young Lawyers Network
Saturday, Nov. 5 | Receptions | 5–6 p,m.
- Intellectual Property Committee (generously supported by Mayer Brown and IMS ExpertServices)
- International Law Committee
Click here for a full schedule of committee/network events and all Convention events.
Early-bird registration for the 2016 NAPABA Convention closes on Aug. 26. NAPABA members save an additional $200 off the non-member rate. Not a member? Become a member today and save!
Have you registered for the 2016 NAPABA Convention in San Diego? Don’t miss out on what we have in store for you and over 1,600 legal professionals on Friday, Nov. 4!
- 27 CLE breakout sessions featuring a diverse array of cutting-edge legal topics and experts in their fields!
- 3 NAPALSA sessions to develop skills as law students and jump-start your career in the legal profession!
- Luncheon & Plenary Session | The Portrait Project: A Portrait of Asian Americans in Law
Generously supported by Duane Morris
Presenting findings from a first-of-its-kind comprehensive study on the past, present, and future of Asian Americans in the legal profession, this plenary session will be led by California Supreme Court Justice Goodwin Liu and Yale Law Professor Ian Ayre. Over the past three decades, Asian Americans have been the fastest-growing group in the legal profession. Asian American enrollment in law school has more than quadrupled since the mid-1980s, and today there are nearly 50,000 lawyers who are Asian American, a 250% increase since the year 2000. Within the span of a generation, Asian Americans have become a visible presence in all sectors of the legal profession. Yet there has never been a systematic study of the career paths of Asian Americans in the law. The Portrait Project is the first such effort.
- Daniel K. Inouye Trailblazer Award Reception
Generously supported by Walmart
The Daniel K. Inouye Trailblazer Award, NAPABA’s highest honor, recognizes the outstanding achievements, commitment, and leadership of lawyers who have paved the way for the advancement of other Asian Pacific American attorneys. Trailblazers have demonstrated vision, courage, and tenacity in their practice. They have also made substantial and lasting contributions to the Asian Pacific American legal profession, as well as the broader Asian Pacific American community. Join us as we celebrate this year’s exceptional award recipients.
- Networking Receptions
- In-House Counsel Reception | Generously supported by Prudential
- Insurance Law Committee Reception
- Joint Corporate Transactions, Real Property & Bankruptcy, Restructuring & Creditors’/Debtors’ Rights Reception
- Solo & Small Firm Network Reception
- Women’s Leadership Network Reception
- Late Night Karaoke
Generously supported by JAMS
Take part in the official NAPABA late night activity and annual tradition of karaoke!
For a more complete schedule of our Friday programming and a look at what the rest of Convention has to offer, view the Convention agenda here.
Early-bird registration for the 2016 NAPABA Convention will close on Aug. 26. NAPABA members save an additional $200 off the non-member rate. Not a member? Become a member today and save!
The ABA Section of International Law invites you to attend our 2016 Spring Meeting in the beautiful and bustling city of New York from April 12 – 16, 2016. Join over 1,500 leading attorneys, corporate counsel, government officials, academics and NGO lawyers for over three days of networking and programming on the latest international legal and ethics issues. AABANY is a Cooperating Entity on this event and members can take advantage of discounted ABA Section of International Law Member Rates by registering online and selecting the “Cooperating Entity” rate. Registration rates are further discounted for full-time law students, full time gov./academic/NGO, corporate counsel, and young lawyers (35 and under).
The 2016 Spring Meeting will offer you:
- Cutting edge programming and an entire year’s worth of CLE including nearly 70 substantive concurrent panel sessions that will cover legal areas including: Business Disputes, Energy/Environment, Intellectual Property, Law Practice and Human Rights.
- Opportunities to learn from top legal experts and hear from world class luncheon speakers including United States Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, and United States Ambassador to El Salvador, Mari Carmen Aponte.
- Evening receptions at some of the most exclusive venues in all of New York City and networking opportunities with thought leaders and experts, policy makers, key international enforcers, decision makers and international leaders in the law.
EARLY BIRD DEADLINE: Save on your registration by taking advantage of early bird rates before February 29th!
Click here to register and for more information on programming, hotel accommodations, and the latest updates on the 2016 Spring Meeting.
The early bird catches the worm…
The 2015 NAPABA Convention is right around the corner! With less than three weeks until the early bird deadline, register today and take advantage of maximum savings. Take a seat at the table with the greater legal community and benefit from this opportunity to convene, learn, network, and engage with your peers. Convention attendees leave the meeting with new ideas, greater knowledge, and a long list of new contacts.
Register before Aug. 28 to receive savings up to $150!
We can’t wait to see you in New Orleans!
IAKL and KALAGNY are co-hosting the 2014 International Association of Korean Lawyers’ 22nd Annual Conference at Fordham University Law School from October 2-5, 2014. The Conference will feature cutting-edge legal and educational programs, dinner events and exciting daytime activities in and around New York City. We expect to have in attendance attorneys, judges, general counsels, law professors and many other legal and business professionals from the greater NY area and from around the world.
Click here to learn more about the Conference. Click here to register for the various conference options and add-on items. Early bird pricing ends on July 31st.
Reserve here for special conference rates at the Hudson Hotel.
For sponsorship opportunities, click here.
To join the conference host committee, click here.
To learn more about IAKL, click here.
We look forward to seeing you at the
8th Annual Conference in Orlando.
NCVAA has been the largest law conference in the United States for Vietnamese American attorneys and law students since 2006.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to network with nationally renown Judges and Law Professors, as well as top attorneys and legal leaders, from all across the country.
Register TODAY. Early bird prices expire on May 1, 2014.
To register for the conference and for more information, visit:
For sponsorship or speaker information, please contact the Conference Co-Chairs:
Nguyen T. Vu, NCVAA President
Kim Y. Nguyen, NCVAA Vice President
Daniel Huynh, NCVAA Board Member
AABANY and the ABA Section of International Law invite you to attend the 2014 Spring Meeting from April 1-5, 2014 at the Waldorf Astoria New York. ABA International’s Spring Meeting is one of the world’s most important gatherings of international lawyers and we anticipate this year’s conference to break all attendance records with over 1,500 leading attorneys, corporate counsel, government officials, academics and NGO lawyers expected to attend. This conference will offer cutting edge programming on international legal and ethics issues, as well as amazing networking opportunities with colleagues, decision makers, and potential clients from around the world. In addition, the meeting will feature a complimentary day of programming for Corporate Counsel on April 2nd and evening receptions at some of the most exclusive venues in New York City.
The more than 70 substantive CLE sessions at the 2014 Spring Meeting will feature prominent speakers from start to finish, making it a “must-attend” meeting for lawyers with a practice or interest in international legal issues. The meeting begins Wednesday morning with Courageous Counsel, including prominent women General Counsels from the Fortune 500, and concludes Friday afternoon with a look at the future of the legal profession with former Senator Evan Bayh, the Honorable Judith Kaye, Bernard Nussbaum, Richard Revesz, and Frederic Ury. In between, you can hear from many prominent speakers, including Chancellor Leo Strine from the Delaware Court of Chancery and Lord Michael Burton, Chief Judge of Commercial Courts, Royal Courts of Justice, London.
The Early Bird registration deadline is Monday, February 24th and members of AABANY are entitled to register at discounted ABA member prices by submitting a hard copy form, downloadable here.
For more information on the meeting and to download the hardcopy form, please visit http://ambar.org/ILSpring2014 . Questions on registration? Contact Michelle.Mattingly@americanbar.org.