Having It All Balancing Individual and Professional Goals

featuring Beth Nolan, Counsel to President Clinton

Georgetown Law Center's annual Women's Forum on Friday, April 7, will feature Beth Nolan, Counsel to President Clinton, as keynote speaker. Three separate panel presentations will follow the keynote address. A discussion about "Women in Firm Leadership" will feature Ann Morgan Vickery of Hogan & Hartson; Regina Pisa of Goodwin, Proctor & Hoar (Boston); and Sheila Birnbaum of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (New York). A panel entitled:

"The Career Transition Process When Is It Time?" will feature alumnae who have experienced different professional settings and made various changes during their practice years. They are Susan Liss, Former Chief of Staff to Tipper Gore and Special Counsel to the Vice President; Diane Shust, Manager, Federal Relations for the National Education Association; and Beverly Wilbourn, a principal in Curry & Wilbourn.

The last panel, "Directions in Health Care How it Affects You", will feature law firm alumna, Martha Kendrick of Patton Boggs; an alumna in government services, Linda Kahan, Deputy Director for Regulations and Policy, Center for Devices and Radiological Health at the FDA, and a corporate alumna Retta Riordan, Legal Director Managed Care, Schering Plough.   The public is invited, and the event is free.


Following a networking reception, the Forum will conclude with the Third Annual Alumnae Awards Luncheon. The luncheon is open only to graduates of the Georgetown University Law Center.  Graduates from classes prior to 1990 will pay $35.00 to attend the receptions and Awards luncheon, and those from the classes of 1990-1999 will be charged $25.00 to attend. To register for the Women's Forum or to inquire about arranging a firm table, contact Kim Campbell, Office of Alumni Affairs, 202-662-9512. Kim's email address is campbek@law.georgetown.edu. Other questions about the Forum mat be addressed to Marilyn Tucker, tucker@law.georgetown.edu.