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Things I Wish I Knew: The Beacons of the Bar Share Their Secrets

12/6/2018 11:30am1:15am
Bar Association of San Francisco
301 Battery Street, 3rd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94111

Stephanie Skaff to participate on the panel "Things I Wish I Knew: The Beacons of the Bar Share Their Secrets." Ms. Skaff served as president of the Bar Association of San Francisco in 2014.

Program Overview

With 17 decades of Bar leadership between them, our speakers identify what they wish they had known and/or were glad they learned early in their careers regarding:

  1. Being a great lawyer and an even better person
  2. Law firm success
  3. Trial/litigation tactics
  4. Business development and client satisfaction

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