Lawyers at Small and Big Law increasingly are working together to provide the best representation for clients. Myriad factors are driving such collaboration, including the growing need for niche legal specialties to service international clients; multi-party representation in investigations; clients’ desire to hire women/minority/LGTBQ owned businesses; and the growing number of attorneys (many women and other minorities) who are launching their own firms, often following successful careers in Big Law, In-House, and/or Government. The advantages of Big-Small Law collaboration are not familiar to all lawyers.
Presenters Adria L. Perez (Partner, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP), Naana A. Frimpong (Counsel, King & Spalding LLP), and Kristin Graham Koehler (Partner, Sidley Austin LLP) will share stories of success and help generate a lively discussion about how and when Big-Small law teaming can generate significant benefits for lawyers, their clients and even broader equity goals.
This panel presentation is sponsored by the Women’s White Collar Defense Association (WWCDA), Small Firm Initiative (SFI). For more information and to register, click here.
Thursday, April 29, 2021
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