2015 Annual Convention
The HNBA Annual Convention features: a Judicial Forum, which offers discussions on topics of interest to members of the judiciary and the lawyers that appear before them; the General Counsel Roundtable; programming by the HNBA Latina Commission, the only national entity focused exclusively on removing barriers to the advancement of Latina lawyers in the legal profession; the nation’s largest Career Fair for Hispanic law students and legal professionals; and the Youth Symposium, designed to expose high school students to legal careers. The Convention provides a myriad of educational sessions for legal professionals at all levels of experience and in every practice area. These opportunities will help our members develop the knowledge, skills, and ideas to move forward in their professional development and engage effectively with colleagues from around the country. Click here to view the agenda and find out more about available CLEs, course descriptions, and exciting plenary sessions offered at this year’s Annual Convention!
CORPORATE BOARD TRAINING
Cyber Enterprise Risk Management Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Cost: $650 (over 85% discounted rate) The demands of the cyber revolution have unseated more than 60% of Fortune 500 companies over the last 10 years. It has also brought unprecedented challenges for general counsels as intellectual property, privacy, valuation, fiduciary and officer’s duties face an unprecedented assault and redefinition. HNBA has partnered with Axon Global NACD certified faculty, and American University Kogod School of Business – Center for Cyber Governance to deliver an exclusive cyber enterprise risk management training for HNBA members. To participate in this training, please e-mail the registration form to email@example.com.
HNBA YOUTH SYMPOSIUM
Registration is Free! High school students will have the opportunity to meet Latino attorneys from across the country for a day of discussions and activities that will inspire you to be a LEADER in your community. Arrive to meet the most influential Latino officials in our State and Country, and become encouraged to be a part of the legal profession – Sí se puede! Guest speakers include members of the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Judges from the Massachusetts Trial Court, Law School Professors, and Practicing Attorneys. To register, please click here. View the 2015 HNBA Youth Symposium Agenda