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Click here to register for the March 3 event. Click here to e-mail Renee Newell for webcast registration information. Click here to download the March 3rd invitation and invoices for the in-person and Webcast event.

DATE: Tuesday, March 3, 2015, 12 - 2:00 p.m.

LOCATION & LUNCH: Kirkland & Ellis LLP, 601 Lexington Avenue (at 53rd Street), 50th Floor, New York, NY. Kirkland has graciously offered to provide lunch and an autographed copy of Finding Bliss to the in-person attendees.
Click here for a 4 minute video excerpt of Deborah Epstein Henry's 4/24/13 interview of Anne-Marie Slaughter.
Click here for a 4 minute video excerpt of Deborah Epstein Henry's 12/11/13 interview of Sylvia Ann Hewlett.

TOPIC: Finding Bliss in the Future of Legal Service & Practice. Change has come to the legal profession as never before. Once-hallowed law firms face unprecedented financial pressures, with corporate clients demanding more predictability in pricing, increased flexibility in staffing and added value from all legal service providers. Lawyers themselves, overworked and worried about job security, are more stressed than ever. At this event, ABA best-selling author, consultant and legal industry expert Deborah Epstein Henry will share creative solutions to improve the delivery of legal services and the daily lives of lawyers. With probing questions posed by renowned scholar, author and policy adviser Anne-Marie Slaughter, Debbie will discuss the findings of her new co-authored book, FINDING BLISS: Innovative Legal Models for Happy Clients & Happy Lawyers. Debbie will share compelling examples of how traditional and new model firms can more effectively align the skills of the legal talent pool to better meet clients' needs. She will focus on the book's seven themes to improve legal practice and client service, including: innovation, value, predictability and trust, flexibility, talent development, diversity and inclusion, and relationship building. Through facilitated dialogue, Debbie will provide inspiration and guidance on successfully navigating this critical moment of upheaval and opportunity facing the legal profession.

EVENT FORMAT: Deborah Epstein Henry will be interviewed by Anne-Marie Slaughter on her new book, which she has co-authored, Finding Bliss: Innovative Legal Models for Happy Clients & Happy Lawyers.

REGISTRATION: Please R.S.V.P. by going to www.lawandreorder.com/nymeeting.asp. The first Law & Reorder event was in November 2010. The first Law & Reorder event for anyone who wants to attend is free with no commitment to join. If you've previously attended Flex-Time Lawyers LLC events or been a Flex-Time Lawyers LLC member before November 2010, your attendance at your first Law & Reorder event is still free. Once you attend or have attended your first Law & Reorder program for free as of November 2010 or later, you can purchase a $150 membership fee that will cover your attendance for four consecutive events, including the first free one you attended. Or, you can pick and choose the events you want to attend for a $50 fee per event. Please note that your in-person attendance for the March 3rd event is not guaranteed until you receive confirmation from Renee Newell. For attendance, individual membership or corporate membership inquiries, please e-mail Renee Newell at rnewell@lawandreorder.com

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Deborah Epstein Henry interview of Anne-Marie Slaughter, 4/24/13
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