ABOUT THE LEADERSHIP SUMMIT
Though P.A.D. Alumni, Law, and Pre-Law Chapters face different challenges, there are many common threads which bind them together. Having the opportunity to work collaboratively with students from other law schools, colleges, and universities from around the country is a rare opportunity.
Expect to carve relationships to last a lifetime and take home personal and professional leadership skills that will help your local chapter and you as an individual. We are seeking chapter leaders who desire to grow their chapter and ultimately our fraternity as a whole.
WHEN: July 14-15, 2017
WHERE: Hyatt Regency Crystal City
2799 Jefferson Davis Hwy
Arlington, VA 22202
$25 (Advance Ticket Purchase)
$35 (Same Day Purchase)
The Summit Agenda features a variety of small group activities, workshops, and keynote speakers that seek to develop:
Communication and time management
The power of a shared vision and creating a personal vision for your chapter
Individual accountability and confrontation skills
Delegation skills and investing in your followers
We look forward to welcoming all current and future P.A.D. leaders!
We look forward to welcoming the following speakers in July.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Bradley Shear - Lawyer & Social Media Expert - Click here for full bio
As Shear Law Firm’s managing partner, Bradley Shear is an internationally respected attorney, consultant, speaker, and author. He is the first private practice lawyer in the United States to work with a state government (State of Maryland) to draft social media election and social media privacy law. His blog, Shear on Social Media Law is the first blog to focus on social media law and public policy issues. Bradley’s work has been quoted extensively in scholarly journals, law review articles, commercial books, government reports, and by almost every major news organization in the world.
Rachel Gezerseh - Lawyer, Author, Speaker - Click here for full bio
Rachel is a partner in a fast growing litigation boutique law firm in Los Angeles. Prior to, she was a business litigator for ten years at a large international law firm. She writes articles and guides for students and professionals, and speaks to audiences around the country about how she got her job (despite graduating from an unranked law school) and why she has remained a happy and fulfilled business litigator (despite all the things we’re told about unhappy lawyers).
Vikram Kapoor - Professional Life Coach and Conflict Resolver - Click here for full bio
Vikram has been a professional coach and conflict resolver since 2014, helping his clients around the world achieve personal and professional goals. The essence of his work is to facilitate self-growth by helping people discover what they really want, and a path to get there. In the course of being a litigator and practicing alternative dispute resolution, he learned that coaching has far more potential to transform lives, and he's seen it happen over and over again with his clients ever since.