Let's Talk About Charlottesville and Lawyering in the Age of Trump
Recent events in Charlottesville and the White House response have put the nation on edge and compelled leaders of U.S. businesses and law firms to speak out. The New York Times wrote last week that we're witnessing a “broad recasting of the voice of business in the nation's political and social dialogue.”
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Recent events in Charlottesville and the White House response have put the nation on edge and compelled leaders of U.S. businesses and law firms to speak out. The New York Times wrote last week that we’re witnessing a “broad recasting of the voice of business in the nation’s political and social dialogue.”
Our reporters and editors have been close to the story—tracking the legal community’s response, talking to law firm leaders about the concerns they wrestle with, and investigating the challenges, ethical dilemmas and reputational hazards for lawyers in these volatile times.
We want to invite you into the conversation:
How are law firms responding to Charlottesville?
What are the ethical and personal choices for lawyers?
What to consider when taking on causes in a divisive political climate?
How can firms protect their client relationships, culture, and reputation?
Join us for a live webcast Thursday and hear from Washington legal business reporter Katelyn Polantz, Litigation Daily editor Jenna Greene and crisis communication expert Richard Levick. Plus, join in with your questions and perspective.
Time: Thursday, August 24—2 PM EST.
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