National Association of Women Lawyers - 7th General Counsel Institute - New York

11/3/2011 - 11/4/2011
  • Westin New York at Times Square
    270 W 43rd Street
  • New York, NY 10036

Haynes and Boone, LLP is pleased to participate in The National Association of Women Lawyers Seventh Annual General Counsel Institute.  The Institute is targeted to women general counsel and senior in-house counsel who want to develop and improve their professional and management skills to enhance their interactions with their clients, colleagues, Csuite executives, outside counsel and one another. Plenary and workshop sessions with general counsel of major public corporations and non-profit organizations and other professionals foster frank discussions about what it takes to build and strengthen relationships up, down and across organizations, improve legal skills
and knowledge, and make strategic decisions. The Seventh Annual General Counsel Institute promises to be an engaging and enriching program with opportunities to learn and network with other senior legal professionals.

• Attend plenary sessions with leading general counsel and distinguished speakers.
• Participate in CLE-eligible workshops led by subject matter experts.
• Enjoy opportunities for informal networking throughout both days.
• Meet general counsel and other senior corporate counsel at informal breakfasts and lunches, an evening reception, and an optional dinner.

Conference agenda and registration

For more information about this sposnorship, contact Jonathan Becks at  .

November 4, 2011 
10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Internal Investigations for Corporations
Terri Mazur, Mayer Brown
Kit Addleman, Partner Haynes and Boone, LLP

Increasingly, as our legal, economic and regulatory environment becomes more complex, companies must be ready, willing and able to avoid the specter of government investigations and litigation by conducting thorough and efficient internal investigations, while avoiding significant business disruption. Learn internal investigation best practices to help you position your clients for what may be the inevitable.