…at the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association beginning tomorrow evening after work at 5:00 p.m.
So what will these talks look like?
To start, the CMBA will have two or three lead speakers spend 15 or 20 minutes on introductory information followed by thirty to forty minutes of free form Q&A.
The CMBA’s website states: “No, we won’t be catering to the left … or to the right. No, we won’t be offering the CMBA’s view on whether a policy announcement is good or bad. Yes, we will be giving people an opportunity to learn more about the legal news of the day in an environment that will enable us to discuss, debate and ultimately become better educated about the changes coming out of Washington D.C. and elsewhere – changes that will affect all of us.”
The doors are open at no cost to all who wish to engage in civil discourse in an environment that is conducive to genuine, respectful give-and-take. A cash bar will follow the discussion so all of the attendees can keep on…discussing!
What is this month’s topic?
What does it mean to be a “Sanctuary City” or a “Welcoming City”? What’s the difference? Bring your questions, views and insights to this after-work conversation about the differences as well as the advantages and disadvantages for communities to consider.
Presenting for the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy will be David Leopold of Leopold & Associates Co., LPA. Also joining us will be Carol Roe, At-Large Council Member in the City of Cleveland Heights, who recently voted to approve the city’s status as a Welcoming City. (full media advisory here.)
Learn more here.
Article written by Michelle Cady-Cook. She is the Director of Marketing and part owner of Cady Reporting (a WBENC company). She is a sustaining member of the Cleveland Association of Paralegals, and is currently serving as Chair of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association Green Initiative Committee and Chair of the Follow Up Committee for the National Network of Reporting Companies (NNRC). She has been officially involved in the legal community for over 10 years. Within the framework of Cady Reporting Services, she partners with locally owned court reporting firms across the country to continually improve the practice of litigation.
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