November 16, 2007
Having it all--Women Lawyers of Franklin County speak out on balancing act
Having it all, especially when you are a woman attorney presents its own unique set of demands. The Women Lawyers of Franklin County in conjunction with the Columbus Bar Association is sponsoring the course “Sandwich Generation: Between a Rock and a Hard Place” being presented on Wednesday, November 28 from 1:30 p.m. – 4:45 for 3.0 hours of CLE credit, including 0.5 substance abuse to help women attorneys cope with balancing the demands of a busy career with the personal demands of life.
A panel of notable female attorneys in varying firm sizes and practice areas has been engaged to share their stories and offer guidance on how to successfully balance the various responsibilities unique to women attorneys. The panel will address the difficulties of caring for aging parents while still raising children, managing a household and pursuing a legal career, as well as the impact these multiple demands can have on an attorney’s mental and physical well being.
Panelists include Judge Kim A. Browne, Franklin County Court of Common Pleas; Dianna M. Anelli; Belinda S. Barnes, Lane Alton & Horst; Wanda L. Carter, Moots Carter & Hogan; Monique B. Lampke, University of Dayton Law School; Barbara A. Roubanes; Jill M. Snitcher-McQuain, Columbus Bar; and Susan M. Kenney-Pfalzer, President of Women Lawyers of Franklin County.
Learn how to balance your life by registering online here or by phoning 614/221.4112 for event #3760. The cost is $85 prepaid/$100 day of for members, $125 prepaid/$140 day of for non-members and $55 prepaid/$70 day of for paralegals. Then plan to attend the reception hosted by the Women Lawyers of Franklin County for all women attorneys immediately following the seminar. Join WLFC members for an evening of networking, socializing, gourmet treats, and fun surprises.