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Lawyer to Lawyer

Lunch With a Lawyer

Looking to connect with an experienced attorney in a specific practice area? Join the D.C. Bar Communities Office for Lawyer to Lawyer (formerly Lunch with a Lawyer), a unique opportunity to have lunch in a small group setting with veteran attorneys who will share insights into the practice of law in their area of expertise.

Lawyer to Lawyer is open to all, from law students to new attorneys to veterans looking to broaden their network or knowledge. Don't miss out on a chance to meet new colleagues and find answers to career and practice questions you've been wanting to ask.

Communities members can take advantage of their membership perks and attend Lawyer to Lawyer for free. Bar members and the public also are welcome to sign up for a luncheon program for a minimal fee. Lunch will be provided by the D.C. Bar.


Open Tables

 

Wednesday, October 9 

Wednesday, October 16   ---   District of Columbia Affairs

Wednesday, October 23 

Wednesday, October 30   ---   Intellectual Property Law

Wednesday, November 13   ---   International Law

Wednesday, November 20 

Wednesday, February 12   ---   Administrative Law and Agency Practice

Wednesday, February 19    ---   Law Practice Management

Wednesday, February 26   ---   Taxation

Wednesday, March 11   ---   Environment, Energy and Natural Resources

Wednesday, March 18   ---   Arts, Entertainment, Media and Sports Law

Wednesday, March 25   ---   Real Estate, Housing and Land Use

Wednesday, April 8   ---   Health Law

Wednesday, April 22   ---   Estates, Trusts and Probate Law

Wednesday, April 29   ---   Corporation, Finance and Securities Law

Wednesday, May 13   ---   Family Law

Wednesday, May 20   ---   Government Contracts

Wednesday, May 27   ---   Litigation

Wednesday, June 10

 

Don't see your community listed? Check back here for updates. 

 

Lawyer to Lawyer takes place at the D.C. Bar, 901 4th Street NW, Washington, DC 20001.

For questions or more information about this program, email the Communities Office.

Want to volunteer as an advising attorney? We are always looking for talented attorneys seeking to help others succeed. If you have five (5) or more years of experience, please email the Communities Office for details.


*The Communities Office cannot guarantee an organized lunch for all practice areas. Interested parties should continue to check this page for calendar updates and email the Communities Office for future lunch opportunities in their desired practice areas.