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Michael Garner celebrates after winning the Lawyer’s Cup Challenge.


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MCCA’s Jen Chen, second from right, congratulates the wining team.


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T e CLE classes closed discussions


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Staples’ General Counsel Kristin Campbell and Palmore on their personal commitments to diversity and a look towards


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future with a roundtable discussion with the lead- ers of the country’s top executive search fi rms. T e combination


“I WANT TO RETURN TO BOND WITH MY NEW TEAMMATES AND NEW FRIENDS FROM MCCA.” —TIMOTHY GARNER


of engaging classes, competitive golfi ng, and a relaxing spa created an ideal environment for networking. “What makes the GCI unique,” explains Lu, “is that, unlike other conferences, the focus of the in-house/partner rela-


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tionship is not ‘transact- ing’ business—rather, it is about getting to know each other as people rather than as attorneys. T at is what makes networking so successful at the GCI. “I would defi nitely


like to attend GCI next year and recommend the experience to any


in-house or law fi rm attorney,” Lu continues. “We need to make an investment in our own careers as well as for the advancement of diversity in the legal profession by coming to the GCI and being engaged.” D&B


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