two Distinct Tracks for
education and networking
Executive Leadership Forum: By Invitation Only (B.I.O.)
September 21, 2016
This year’s B.I.O Executive Leadership Conference Theme is the Mini M.B.A.
What separates a fledging Assistant General Counsel from a fully formed General Counsel? A crucial dynamic to consider is the General Counsel’s advisory role to the executive team grows. These days the General Counsel is often seen as a full member of the executive team. These sessions are geared towards building an increased understanding of business concepts that will help you stand out and rise.
Benefits of attending B.I.O.:
- Acquire new understanding of financial concepts and analysis
- Increase your effectiveness in negotiating for the approach you feel is best for the company with consideration of how negotiation approaches for women may differ
- Develop unique insights into the responsibilities of the General Counsel as an Executive
- Increase expertise in blending a cost-benefit analysis with legal risk management
B.I.O. is designed to practice the skills required for a General Counsel role, assist participants in creating their own playbook/roadmap for their career, and provide overall leadership development for participants.
B.I.O. Registration Requirements:
- In-House Counsel: Must be 1-2 levels down from the General Counsel
- Outside Counsel: Must be Senior Counsel or Partner
Please note: If you do not meet these requirements, the conference producers reserve the right to cancel this portion of your registration and refund the B.I.O. cost of your Women, Influence & Power in Law conference registration.
Registration is limited to 120 people in order to get the maximum amount of networking and interaction.
Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference (WIPL)
September 22-23, 2016
pen to both in-house and outside counsel
This unique event is the only national forum facilitating women-to-women exchange on current legal issues. This conference is led and facilitated almost exclusively by women, encouraging an exchange between women in-house counsel and women outside counsel on the day’s most pressing legal challenges. With 30 sessions, the event will have a substantive focus, covering topics that matter most to corporate counsel, outside counsel, and public sector attorneys.
The Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference is not a forum for lawyers to discuss so-called “women’s issues.” It is a conference for women in-house and outside counsel to discuss current legal topics, bringing their individual experience and perspectives on issues of:
- Cybersecurity and Data Privacy
- Corporate Leadership
- Labor and Employment
- Global Risk Management
- Intellectual Property
- Executive Leadership Development
- Business Strategy