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Speed Networking
Monday, October 30, 2017

Located at: 123 REMSEN STREET BROOKLYN, NY 11201

Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association

Young Lawyers Committee 

Speed Networking Event: Part I 

A TWO-PART SERIES 

Mix. Mingle. Network. 

Expand your network and connect with established attorneys representing various legal backgrounds.

6:00 PM – 7:00 PM PANEL 

7:00 PM – 8:00 PM SPEED NETWORKING 

Panelists 

TANYA BRANCH, ESQ. Partner, Brody & Branch, LLP 

CARRIE ANNE CAVALLO, ESQ. Managing Partner, Schpoont & Cavallo, LLP 

YUNG-MI LEE, ESQ. Supervising Attorney, Criminal Defense Practice, Brooklyn Defender Services 

ANGELICQUE MORENO, ESQ. Founding Partner, Avanzino & Moreno, P.C. 

JOANNE SEMINARA, ESQ. Partner, Grimaldi & Yeung, LLP 

HEMALEE PATEL, ESQ. Court Attorney-Referee, Supreme Court, Richmond County 

CHERI VEIT, ESQ. Associate General Counsel, MediaMath 

PLEASE R.S.V.P TO JEN FIORENTINO AT JENFIORENTINO@AOL.COM


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Women’s Suffrage Turns 100 - A Three-Part Series - Part 1: Women Can Vote. Now What?
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Brooklyn Historical Society
Located at: 128 Pierrepont St Brooklyn, NY 11201

The Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association is Proud to be Promotional Partners with

The Brooklyn Historical Society on a Series of Evening Programs Celebrating

Women’s Suffrage Turns 100

A Three-Part Series

November 1, 6 and 8

 

Part 1: Women Can Vote. Now What?

Brooklyn Historical Society

128 Pierrepont St

Brooklyn, NY 11201

 

After a long, complicated battle, on November 6, 1917, women won the right to vote in New York State. While a major victory, this fight amplified rifts among equal rights constituents and advocates, primarily between African American women and white women. BHS Director of Public History Julie Golia sits down with historian Deborah Gray White to discuss the 100th anniversary and its reverberations.

 

$5 General Admission / Free for Members /

BWBA Members: to reserve free seats, go to the link below, click on "Tickets" and enter BWBA on the following page after clicking on "Enter Promotional Code."

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/womens-suffrage-turns-100-part-1-women-can-vote-now-what-tickets-36892361045


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Lunch with Honorable Randall T. Eng
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Appellate Division, Second Department
Located at: 45 Monroe Place Brooklyn, New York

The Brooklyn Women's Bar Association invites you to attend

Lunch with

Honorable Randall T. Eng

Presiding Justice

New York State Appellate Division

Second Department

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

1:00 - 2:00 P.M.

Appellate Division, Second Department

45 Monroe Place, 1st Floor

Brooklyn, New York

Lunch will be served.

Space is limited and only open to BWBA members in good standing.

RSVP by October 27 to Jennifer Fiorentino at jenfiorentino@aol.com

 


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Women's Suffrage Turns 100 - Part II: Reshaping Politics
Monday, November 6, 2017
Brooklyn Historical Society
Located at: 128 Pierrepont St Brooklyn, NY 11201

In 2017 women make up less than 20% of Congress, even though they constitute over 50% of the American population. As more women take seats in elected offices, are priorities shifting? Are conversations evolving? BHS Director of Public History Julie Golia leads this discussion with Christine Quinn, the first female Speaker of the NYC Council and former mayoral candidate, and A'Shanti F. Gholar, Political Director for Emerge America, the only organization dedicated to recruiting, training, and empowering Democratic women to run for public office. 

 

Women's Suffrage Turns 100

$5 General Admission / Free for Members /

BWBA Members: to reserve free seats, go to the link below, click on "Tickets" and enter BWBA on the following page after clicking on "Enter Promotional Code."

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/womens-suffrage-turns-100-part-2-reshaping-politics-tickets-36893361036


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Women's Suffrage Turns 100 - Part III: The "Nasty Woman" Stigma
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Brooklyn Historical Society
Located at: 128 Pierrepont St Brooklyn, NY 11201

Women in positions of power just can’t seem to win. If they’re not labeled too bossy, they’re labeled too meek. Cast as the dangerous intruder during suffrage, the vilification of political women and their signature issues continues today. In this spirited discussion, panelists Joan Malin, former President of Planned Parenthood of New York City, Inc.; Allison K. Lange, women’s history historian; and Jamia Wilson, Feminist Press, Executive Director and Publisher, dig into a history of the mischaracterization of women. Moderated by BHS Director of Public History Julie Golia.

 

Women's Suffrage Turns 100

$5 General Admission / Free for Members /

BWBA Members: to reserve free seats, go to the link below, click on "Tickets" and enter BWBA on the following page after clicking on "Enter Promotional Code."

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/womens-suffrage-turns-100-part-3-the-nasty-woman-stigma-tickets-36893797341?aff=es2
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Holiday Party
Thursday, November 30, 2017
Brooklyn Bar Association
Located at: 123 Remsen St, Brooklyn, NY 11201


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Women & Money - You’ve Earned It, Now What Do You Do With It? Women Building Wealth Through Long Term Investing
Thursday, February 8, 2018
Brooklyn Bar Association
Located at: 123 Remsen St, Brooklyn, NY 11201



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