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AZ Chapter Happenings - October 2019

ALA ARIZONA Chapter Happenings

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In this issue:
 

Upcoming Chapter Events
Save The Date - 2019 Leadership Event
Business Partner Brag
Business Partner Excusive Discount


upcoming events

CHAPTER EDUCATION LUNCH
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2019 11:45 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.

Topic: Tax Update & Tax Planning

Presenter: Lisa Reilly Payton, Frazer Ryan Goldberg & Arnold, LLP
Sponsored By: First Legal Network
NEW LOCATION
Location: 2 North Renaissance Square
2 North Central Avenue, 3rd Floor
40 N. Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Please register here before by October 18th.

Board of Directors Meeting - Immediately following the Chapter Education Lunch





SAVE THE DATE

MANAGING PARTNER/LEADERSHIP LUNCH
NOVEMBER 14, 2019 - 11:30 A.M. - 1:30 P.M.

PHOENIX COUNTRY CLUB
2901 NORTH 7TH STREET
PHOENIX, AZ  85014

TOPIC: THE FUTURE OF LEGAL EDUCATION - THE JD AND BEYOND IN ADMISSIONS AND CAREERS WITH A FOCUS ON DIVERSIFYING OUR PROFESSION
PRESENTER: DEAN DOUGLAS SYLVESTER
SPONSORED BY: THOMPSON FLANAGAN AND KEYSER
please register here by november 8, 2019 - https://azala.org/meetinginfo.php?id=145

Douglas Sylvester is the 8th dean of the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. Under his leadership, ASU Law reached historic heights ranked 27th in the nation (up from 40th in 2012, and 58th in 2008) and 9th among public law schools.  Professor Sylvester was also a driving force for the conceptualization and creation of the Beus Center for Law and Society in downtown Phoenix, which is now home to ASU Law and a number of other legal-related organizations including the innovative ASU Law Group and the Arizona Legal Center



cHAPTER FORUM

The ALA Arizona Chapter website has a new tool call the “Forum.” The forum is a way to engage between members with discussion threads on the ALA Arizona Chapter StarChapter website. 
The “forum” is a 
drop down under the “Member Area” on the main website page, which is restricted to members only.

To post a thread, any member can go to “Member Area”, then “Forum”, then “Start A Thread”. A small pop-up box will ask for the member to provide a “Thread Title” and enter the “New Thread Content”. 
The person can then decide if they want to receive emails whenever a new post to the thread has been completed by checking the “Email me updates on this thread”.

To post a replay choose “Leave a Reply”
Please contact Teresie Zmyslinski, if you need assistance.


business Partner Brag

Our Arizona Chapter of ALA attributes a great deal of our success to our wonderful Business Partners. THANKS for all you do!