Register Today: ABA Lawyer Retreat on October 5, 2018

aba lawyer retreat vailMark your calendars. This October, the American Bar Association Law Practice Division is hosting its first annual ABA Lawyer Retreat in Vail, Colorado. The day-long program is called a retreat because it is designed to help attorneys improve their personal lives as well as their practices.

Open to law firm lawyers of all sizes, solo practitioners, legal administration, and other legal professionals, the ABA Lawyer Retreat has something for everyone. The retreat will provide each participant with experiential learning so that everyone in attendance can walk away with new tools to implement in their professional and personal lives.

Sessions include conflict resolution and how to have difficult conversations, the importance of emotional intelligence, self-awareness, design thinking, and collaboration. Each will be facilitated by leading clinicians and attorneys in and outside of the legal profession.

The ABA Lawyer Retreat is set for October 5th from 8:00am to 5:00pm at the Four Seasons Resort in Vail, Colorado. The complete ABA Lawyer Retreat agenda can be found on the ABA’s event website.

All those attending the retreat are encouraged to extend their trip to Vail and explore the resort’s unique offerings including, hiking, golfing, ziplining, kayaking, swimming and hot springs, shopping, and more. Attendees may also attend the ABA Law Practice Division Conference this year on October 3-6th.

Those interested in attending the first annual ABA Lawyer Retreat should register soon, before seats fill up. Early bird pricing ends on July 20, 2018.

For more information relating to travel, group bookings, lodging and transportation, please contact Lauren Krauth at lauren.krauth@americanbar.org and 312-988-5644.

You won’t want to miss out on this opportunity to learn practical tools and techniques that apply to life in and outside of your practice, to connect with colleagues, and network with other attorneys from across the country. But more importantly, take the time to have fun, relax, and rejuvenate at this soon-to-be annual ABA event.​

Erika Kubik

Erika Kubik

Former Communications Specialist at Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism
Erika is the former Communications Specialist for the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism. She successfully developed strategies to increase 2Civility’s social presence across channels. As a recent graduate of Bradley University, Erika received her Bachelor of Arts studying Public Relations and Social Media Marketing where her passion for writing and brand development took flight. Outside of the office, Erika works to develop her own personal brand as she takes on Chicago for the first time having grown up just outside of the Greater St. Louis area. Though she may not be accustomed to the deep dish pizza as a Celiac, she has found the Windy City to be quite accommodating to her active lifestyle as a runner and fitness fanatic.
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Erika Kubik

Erika Kubik

Former Communications Specialist at Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism
Erika is the former Communications Specialist for the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism. She successfully developed strategies to increase 2Civility’s social presence across channels. As a recent graduate of Bradley University, Erika received her Bachelor of Arts studying Public Relations and Social Media Marketing where her passion for writing and brand development took flight. Outside of the office, Erika works to develop her own personal brand as she takes on Chicago for the first time having grown up just outside of the Greater St. Louis area. Though she may not be accustomed to the deep dish pizza as a Celiac, she has found the Windy City to be quite accommodating to her active lifestyle as a runner and fitness fanatic.
Erika Kubik

One thought on “Register Today: ABA Lawyer Retreat on October 5, 2018

  1. A Lawyer is, above all, expected to interpret the law, and save citizens from the clutches of legal oppression, with less proximity to politics and the legislative and implementing machinery of law. Well being is the outcome of this process.

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