Event Calendar

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

How She Does It

Start Date: 12/11/2019 11:30 AM EST
End Date: 12/11/2019 1:00 PM EST

Venue Name: Federal Practice Group

Location:
1750 K Street, NW
Washington, DC  United States  20006

Presented by: Working Parents/Lawyers at Home Committee

Featuring:
Laura Brown, Executive Director, First Shift Justice Project
Debra D'Agostino, Founding Partner, Federal Practice Group
Nike Opadiran, Counsel, Skadden
Lauren Weeman Misztal, Associate General Counsel, Mallinckrodt

Join us for an uber-practical discussion forum that will provide working parents with the opportunity to learn and exchange practical tips and strategies on the process of conquering or sometimes failing at the complex balance between work and parenthood. This parent-to-parent roundtable will provide a candid forum to share successful parent hacks from organization systems, life-saving apps, engagement with kid's education, relationship/partnership agreements, parent guardian guilt busters, and more. You will walk away with new, immediately applicable strategies to keep the balls in the air from our discussion leader, tips from leading experts, and also your ever-juggling peers.
 
Advance Registration Cost:
Members $15
Non-Members $20
Students $10

After 12/9/2019:
Members $20
Non-Members $25
Students $15

Lunch will be provided.
 
Refunds can only be processed for cancellations received more than two business days prior to the event.

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