The May 3rd conference covered a wide range of topics, including how to maximize your professional brand, strategies for making partner and tips for thriving at every stage of your legal career. There were also informative sessions on timely and relevant topics.
The event offered access to career insights from top attorneys in a variety of roles, including law firm partners and executives. Attendees had the opportunity to learn best practices from the career playbooks of these experienced attorneys.
For Mona and Jessica, attending this event was an invaluable opportunity to learn from the experiences of others and build connections with fellow professionals. They were able to network with a diverse group of attorneys from around the country, and gain insights into career strategies that will help them achieve their professional goals. Per Mona, "It was also wonderful being in a room with 150-200 women of color attorneys, and we really enjoyed meeting and getting to know each other. We both came out of the conference feeling energized and inspired! The experience also made us truly appreciate how supported we are at TC, both as associates and more broadly as diverse attorneys."
The Corporate Counsel of Women of Color is the largest organization for corporate in-house women of color attorneys in the United States. The organization was founded in 2004 to provide a support network for in-house women of color, remote career advancement and success, and facilitate networking opportunities around the nation and abroad.
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