2019 NAPABA Connects | Law Firm One-on-One Meeting Application Now Available

Overview
Become a Convention sponsor to take part in this year’s NAPABA Connects Program! NAPABA Connects is an opportunity for law firm Convention sponsors at the solo and small firm ($3,000) level and silver ($10,000) or higher level to foster relationships with in-house counsel (IHC). All participants are invited to exclusive touch points intended to provide Connects participants with exclusive networking opportunities in an informal social setting during the Convention. Solo and small firm sponsors and gold or higher level sponsors may participate in formal one-on-one meetings to discuss potential work opportunities. All program participants must be registered and attending the NAPABA Convention.    

Law Firm One-on-One Meeting Application
Deadline: Sept. 5 at 5 p.m. ET
Solo and small firm and gold or higher level sponsors are invited to submit an application for one-on-one meetings with in-house counsel participants at NAPABA Convention.

Deadline: Sept. 5 at 5 p.m. ET
Solo and small firm and gold or higher level sponsors are invited to submit an application for one-on-one meetings with in-house counsel participants at NAPABA Convention.

Solo and small firm and gold sponsors will have access to a maximum of two meetings. Platinum and higher level sponsors will have access to unlimited meetings. 

To submit an application by Sept. 5, email Meetings Manager Pang Moua at: pmoua@napaba.org

Not a sponsor yet? Click here to learn more about partnering with NAPABA!

Touch Points
Solo and small firm and silver or higher level sponsors are invited to participate in the exclusive touch points below, taking place at the 2019 NAPABA Convention:

  • Friday VIP Sponsor Breakfast | 8-9 am
  • Saturday NAPABA Connects Reception | 5-6 pm

NYLJ Directory: Minority-Owned Law Firms

The Special Sections Editor at the New York Law Journal is pulling together a chart of minority-owned law firms in New York, with 50% or more minority ownership. Last year’s chart can be viewed here for reference.

If you would like to be included, please email Angela E. Turturro, Esq. the following information: firm name, address/telephone number, the name of managing partner(s), the number of permanent, full-time attorneys as of December 31, 2014.

The New York Law Journal also has a women-owned law firms chart (50% or more female ownership, see here), in case your firm qualifies. Please respond by May 13, 2015 for inclusion.

New York Law Journal: Call for Minority & Women-Owned Law Firms

The New York Law Journal is once again pulling together a chart of minority-owned law firms in New York, with 50% or more minority ownership. Last year’s chart can be viewed here for reference.  There is no fee involved.  If you would like to be included, please send the following information to Angela Turturro (aturturro@alm.com):

  • firm name
  • address/telephone #
  • the name of managing partner(s)
  • the number of permanent, full-time attorneys as of Dec. 31, 2013

Please note: NYLJ also has a women-owned law firms chart (50% or more female ownership), so if your firm also qualifies for that, please reach out.   

Please respond by May 1, 2014 for inclusion.

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From NAPABA:

We are now taking applications from senior associates for the 2013 Prospective Partners Program (PPP). We are also looking for In-House Counsel to participate in the program.

Senior associates interested in applying for the program must submit an application by October 21, 2013. Please click here for the application requirements and instructions.

Any In-House Counsel interested in participating in the program should click here for more information.

The objective of the PPP is to identify, either through nomination or application, 6-8 senior associates or of counsel at major law firms who are “on-deck,” i.e. within 12-18 months of consideration for partnership, and to introduce them to and allow them to individually pitch a similar (or greater) number of senior In-House Counsel (GCs or others with outside counsel hiring authority). The participants would not necessarily be pitching for specific work or projects but for the opportunity to get to know and show potential clients what they can do. There will also be a mentorship aspect where senior associates will be paired with partner mentors.

Please direct any questions to Angela Chen at Angela.B.Chen@newegg.com and copy Louisa Wang at Louisa.L.Wang@newegg.com and Lee Cheng at Lee.C.Cheng@newegg.com if you would like to participate.