The Leadership Academy is for in-house women, too!*
One day of the Leadership Academy focuses on subjects that are equally important to women lawyers in an in-house work environment: challenges and strategies for navigating bias, projecting credibility and confidence, gender and leadership, utilizing power and influence, and lessons from the Wise Women. In-house women are also invited to a reception in the evening with all partner program participants and faculty.
If you are a woman practicing in an in-house law department, this program is just what you need to help you move up in your career.
July 21, 2017
Bonus evening session available July 20
Registration opens March 2017
The following organizations have participated in the Leadership Academy and/or are currently participating in WorkLife Law’s women’s leadership programs:
Adobe Systems Inc.
Allstate Insurance Co.
Altria Client Services Inc.
Argonne National Laboratory
Cadence Design Systems Inc.
Chiquita Brands International
Cupertino Electric Inc.
Del Monte Foods
Delicato Family Vineyards
Fdn. for California Community Colleges
Idaho National Laboratory
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
LVMH | Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton
Metropolitan Transportation Commission
Pacific Gas & Electric Co.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Pandora Media Co.
PNC Financial Services Group
Procter & Gamble
San Francisco City Attorney’s Office
San Francisco Giants
SAP Software Solutions
State Bar of California
SVB Financial Group
Symphony Service Corp.
T-Mobile USA, Inc.
Texas A&M University
University of California
University of California, San Diego
University of Pennsylvania
Warner Music Group
Check out the full list of organizations that have participated in the Leadership Academy here.
$375 General – In-House
$300 WLE Member – In-House
For additional information about the Leadership Academy, call 415-448-6071.
* Although designed for experienced women in-house attorneys, the program is open to all experienced in-house attorneys regardless of gender.