GRG Holds 18th Annual Advocacy Symposium for Newer Attorneys
On March 2, Gray Ritter Graham held its 18th annual Advocacy Symposium, at Washington University. The free event is for newer attorneys – those with 10 or fewer years of experience – and provided 7.1 CLE credit hours, including 1.8 for Ethics. More than 1,700 attorneys have attended since the first Symposium was held. The firm began the event to provide mentoring to younger attorneys and was a response to a perceived diminishing of ethics and civility in the law profession. We would like to thank our outside presenters in making this year’s event another success: Hon. Stanley J. Wallach, Gerard T. Carmody, and Scott Rosenblum.
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Posted in News March 4, 2020