EMLF traveled to Pittsburgh on April 18 and Charleston, West Virginia on April 25 on to present regional legal energy updates for CLEs over lunch.
The Pittsburgh workshop was held at the Union Trust Building downtown, and Charleston’s was held in the offices of Jackson Kelly on Lee Street.
Kevin Colosimo, with Frost Brown Todd in Pittsburgh, presented “Ethics: Lawyers, Political Campaigns, and the Model Rules of Professional Conduct,” at both workshops, and said he enjoyed seeing attendees being able to socialize.
Katrina Bowers, with Babst Calland in Charleston, participated in the West Virginia Energy Update Panel. She said bringing workshops to the people saved them time and money, and appreciated the sponsorship of the Pittsburgh and West Virginia chapters of the Women’s Energy Network.
“The opportunity to walk down the street and into a top-notch CLE with lunch is great. This is particularly true given that there was ethics credit, and an especially interesting one at that,” Bowers said. “Also, I think this opportunity is particularly attractive for in house professionals who can get away for an hour or so without committing to travel, and younger associates looking to control the cost of CLE. Finally, I think the lunch is a great addition and is a time saver. The collaboration with WEN was perfect, and I’d like to see EMLF partner with other organizations who can share a bit about their organizations over lunch.”
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