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Women in Law Series: Battling Bias: Female Law Firm Partners
July 24, 2018, 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Battling Bias: Female Law Firm Partners
As part of our joint Women in Law Series with the Alameda County Bar Association, our panelists will discuss bias, challenges and experiences related to becoming law firm partners.
Aimee Hamoy, Burnham Brown
Aimee Hamoy is a partner and litigator at Burnham Brown. She specializes in Retail and Hospitality and Government & Public Entity law. Previously, she was a Deputy District Attorney for Contra Costa County.
Chris Noma, Wendel Rosen Black & Dean LLP
Chris is a partner with the firm’s Environmental and Employment Practice Groups. In addition, Chris is experienced in alternative dispute resolutions and serves as a mediator for the United States District Court, Northern District of California.
Brenda Aguilar-Guerrero, Meyers Nave
Brenda Aguilar-Guerrero chairs Meyers Nave’s statewide Eminent Domain and Inverse Condemnation Practice Group and has been representing public entities on complex eminent domain and inverse condemnation matters for more than 25 years. She has assisted clients with large, complex multibillion-dollar transportation projects requiring hundreds of acquisitions, as well as smaller scale projects throughout the state for a variety of clients.
1.5 hrs Elimination of Bias specialty CLE credit
The Alameda County Bar Association is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider.
FREE WLAC and ACBA Members
Light snacks provided. If you have dietary restrictions, please plan to bring your own food.
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