Gender issues in law to be discussed at firm’s four branches

On July 25, gender issues in the legal profession will be discussed at a brown-bag lunch program, as part of the ABA Woman Advocate Committee’s Regional Networking Gathering.

And if you’re interested in the free event, there are four locations where you can go to participate in it.

It’s hosted by Butzel Long’s Women’s Leadership Committee, and instead of having it at just one location, it will be held simultaneously at the firm’s Detroit, Bloomfield Hills, Ann Arbor and Lansing offices.

The program will include a tele-address from incoming ABA President Laurel Bellows. Attendees are encouraged to bring a brown bag lunch, and reservations are required.

To RSVP, contact Angela Emmerling Boufford at for the Ann Arbor event; Robin Luce Herrmann at for Bloomfield Hills; Rebecca Davies at for Detroit; or Debra Geroux at for Lansing.

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