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Looking to get ahead or learn new skills? The OAPABA Advocacy Committee is bringing back its Pipeline Series to help its members crack the mysteries of how to start your own practice, become a judge, make partner, or transition in-house.
Each Pipeline event (except for the solo practitioner/new attorney series) will be held at Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP, 111 SW Fifth Ave., Suite 3400, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. Most Pipeline lunches are limited to OAPABA members for $10. Other may be open to Non-OAPABA members for $15. To sign up online, please click here
- Making partner/secrets of partnership — RESCHUDULED TO MAY 14, 2015
- Road to the Bench (Judge/mediator/arbitrator) — April 16, 2015
Enjoy litigation and trial work? Whether you are a newer lawyer wanting to learn more about a judicial career path or a senior lawyer thinking about putting your name in for the next opening, this is the panel for you. Come spend your lunch hour hearing from our esteemed panelists who have taken different “roads” to their current judicial office: Hon. Beth Bagley, Circuit Judge of Deschutes County and the first Asian Pacific American to win a contested judicial election in Oregon; Hon. Stacie Beckerman, U.S. Magistrate Judge and the most recent appointee to Oregon’s federal judiciary; and Hon. Janelle Factora Wipper, Circuit Judge of Washington County and the first Filipina American judge in Oregon. Moderated by Julia Markley, Perkins Coie LLP. Open to OAPABA and Non-OAPABA members.
- In-house counsel — April 30, 2015