Insights: News Releases Mary Craig Calkins Once Again Chairs American Bar Association Section of Litigation's 2015 Women of the Section of Litigation Conference
LOS ANGELES (September 15) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that for the second consecutive year, partner Mary Craig Calkins will Chair the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Litigation’s national conference, “The Women of the Section of Litigation: Leading, Litigating & Connecting” on November 11-13, 2015, in Chicago, Illinois.
The ABA Section of Litigation will again partner with the Women Advocate Committee (WAC), and Women in Insurance Network (WIN) and Women in Products Liability (WIPL) sub-committees to host the two-and-a-half-day conference. Building on the successful inaugural event, the conference will again offer substantive programming featuring well-known litigators, speakers and judges from across the nation.
The conference will start with a panel on “Rainmakers: Born or Bred?” and will be followed by several program sessions on a variety of substantive areas and trial advocacy including a Judge’s Panel on women in the courtroom. For more information about the conference, please click here.
Conference Chair Mary Craig Calkins, who leads Kilpatrick Townsend’s growing West Coast Insurance Practice in high-stakes litigation, focuses her practice on insurance recovery for policyholders in complex, high-value matters. Her extensive coverage experience includes directors and officers liability, professional errors and omissions, entertainment and intellectual property claims, cyber liabilities, e-commerce and technology claims, labor and employment claims, construction defects, first party property and business interruption losses, and broker liability issues.
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