Legal Netlink Alliance Holds Spring Meeting in Chicago

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Aronberg Goldgehn firm hosts Spring General Meeting for Legal Netlink Alliance, an international association of independent law firms

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Legal Netlink Alliance continues to be a premier association of law firms that provides top-tier representation to clients across the globe.

Legal Netlink Alliance, an international association of law firms, held its Spring General Meeting at the Standard Club in Chicago, Illinois on May 10th and 11th. The event was hosted by Windy City law firm Aronberg Goldgehn, and was attended by more than 40 member firms.
The general session on Friday included presentations by LNA’s executive team, as well as three very interesting and informative sessions. Barry Rosenthal, Partner at RSM McGladrey, Inc., provided great information in a session titled, “Succession Planning for Law Firms.” This was followed by a panel discussion of typical challenges and practical solutions for succession issues. Executive Committee Member Kyle Anne Citrynell moderated a panel discussion on “Recruitment and Retention for Diverse Firm Building.” All the sessions were very well received by attendees, and were the topic of conversation at Friday’s dinner at 312 Chicago.
Jay Frank, President of LNA USA, said “Legal Netlink Alliance continues to be a premier association of law firms that provides top-tier representation to clients across the globe. Our meetings help strengthen both our knowledge of important legal issues, as well as the relationships between member firms.”
Legal Netlink’s next major events are the European Summer Meeting in Reykjavik, Iceland on June 29th and 30th, and the Fall Meeting in Anchorage, AK on August 9th and 10th.
About Legal Netlink Alliance: For over 20 years, Legal Netlink Alliance has served the needs of lawyers and clients worldwide through a common commitment to professionalism, ethics, and the promotion of exemplary and value-driven service. The organization provides distinct advantages for both member firms and clients needing international legal services, while enhancing the communities in which such firms work and live.

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