Tuesday, April 10, 2018 5–7 pm
Mitchell Hamline Auditorium | 875 Summit Ave.RSVP and Register
All about the hats!
In the tradition of the teas hosted by the former lawyers’ legal fraternity Phi delta Delta, hats and gloves are admired but not required.
Back by popular demand: the Hat Rental. A limited number of Justice Tomljanovich’s hats will be available for a $10 donation to the Women in Law Scholarship Fund.
New to the Tea?
Check out the guide to everything you need to know about the Tea (including why you should plan to attend). Tea Tips
CLE – Tuesday, April 10, 2018 3:30–5 pm
Mitchell Hamline Conservatory | 875 Summit Ave.
“Moving #MeToo Forward: Policy at Work”
Panel presentation moderated by Professor Barbara Colombo ’89
Dean of Students Lynn LeMoine ’11, Mitchell Hamline School of Law
Hon. Richelle Wahi ’03, District Court Judge, 1st Judicial District
Danielle Shelton-Walczak ’98, Director of Complaint Investigations for the Department of Civil Rights, City of Minneapolis
Kari Jensen Thomas ’95, Manager of Alumni Relations, Faegre Baker Daniels
Rachhana Srey ’04, Partner, Nichols Kaster
Valet Parking available. 1.5 CLE credits will be applied for. This year we are offering a webcast, so please consider joining us at the CLE even if you can’t make it to campus.RSVP and Register
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