Lawyers present at NAPABA convention
BCLP Partner George Chen and Counsel Angela Hsu will present at the 2022 National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) Convention, set for Nov. 3-6 in Las Vegas. NAPABA represents the interest of 60,000 Asian Pacific American attorneys, judges, law professors, and law students across the U.S. The NAPABA Convention is the largest annual gathering of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) attorneys, judges, law professors, and law students—bringing meaningful insights, networking opportunities, and perspective to the legal community. BCLP is a proud sponsor of NAPABA.
George, a past president of NAPABA and a local NAPABA affiliate in Arizona, will present a CLE focused on “The Secrets Behind Setting Compensation in Law Firms.” This CLE covers the latest trends in law firm compensation, including what matters most in determining compensation in law firms; how are objective and subjective factors used; how is pay equity handled at law firm; does it matters in which office you’re located; and what role does profitability play in setting compensation.
Angela, a past president of the local NAPABA affiliate in Georgia, will moderate a CLE panel focused on “Finding Your Superpower(s) and Taking Control of Your Career Journey.” This CLE covers candid and practical discussions on exploring and figuring out the “secret sauce” to how to pursue different paths to feeling empowered. The panel will help participants identify their internal desire for an alternative career, risks or concerns with changing careers and ways to navigate and effect necessary changes.
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