Registration is now open for the PBA Annual Meeting, May 15-17, 2019, at the Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square. One of the largest events of the bar year, it promises to be well worth your investment of time.
Offering an agenda brimming with insightful CLE sessions, the PBA Annual Meeting offers many opportunities to connect with colleagues from across the state. Here are a few highlights:
- On May 15, the PBA Commission on Women in the Profession will hold its Annual Conference, themed “The Credibility Gap: Why Women Are Still Striving to Be Heard.” Keynote remarks will be given by Kristen Gibbons Feden, the prosecutor of the Bill Cosby case, and the prestigious Anne X. Alpern and Lynette Norton awards will be presented during a luncheon. Additional programming will include panel discussions on hostile work environments, the ABA report on the attrition of women in the profession ages 50 and above and taking charge of your career.
- On May 16, members of nearly 50 PBA committees and sections will hold business meetings for Committee/Section Day, followed by an award’s luncheon and the annual dinner where President Charles Eppolito III will pass the presidential gavel to President-elect Anne N. John.
- On May 17, the House of Delegates will meet to review and debate resolutions and
recommendations brought before it by PBA committees and sections and local bar associations.