Why recruiting and retaining foreign-trained lawyers matters in Minnesota

On November 1, our own Marcos Ramirez of Nexum Legal PLLC will host a complimentary breakfast and elimination-of-bias CLE at 393 Dunlap Street, Saint Paul MN 55104, in the fourth floor conference room down the hall from the CCLI offices.  Breakfast will be provided starting at 7:45 am., and the presentation will start promptly at 8 a.m.

The panelists for this great event are:

  • Luis Reséndiz: Shareholder at Fredrikson & Byron
    • His personal experience as a foreign-trained lawyer in Minnesota
  • Paula Kanne:  Associate in the Corporate group at Dorsey & Whitney
    • How Minnesota corporations benefit by recruiting and retaining foreign-trained lawyers
  • Eric Cooperstein: Owner of the Law Office of Eric T. Cooperstein
    • Rules for multi-jurisdictional practice and Supreme Court petitions for admission rules amendments
  • Ann L. Gemmel: Assistant Director of Admissions at Mitchell Hamline School of Law
    • How law schools and the legal community would benefit from admission rules amendments

(1 credit of elimination of bias CLE credit has been applied for).

If you are interested in participating, please RSVP here. You can also view this event at http://www.nexumlaw.com

Why recruiting and retaining foreign-trained lawyers matters in Minnesota