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Law & Economics Thought Leaders Speaker Series
How Legal and Business Policy Can Foster Growth and Help the US to Better Economic Performance Moving Forward


The Harvard Law School Association (HLSA) of NYC
invites you to a
Breakfast Discussion

on 
Thursday, June 13th
8:00 a.m.- 9:00 a.m.

Law & Economics Thought Leaders Speaker Series
Co-sponsored by the Harvard Law School Program on Law and Finance

Topic:
'How Legal and Business Policy Can Foster Growth and Help the US to Better Economic Performance Moving Forward'
**Focus on Energy & Sustainability Policy for this Panel

Panelists:
 
Silda Wall Spitzer, '84
Principal, NewWorld Capital, Former First Lady of New York State 

Robert Jordan
Partner, Baker Botts, Former U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia

Moderator:
Matthew Schoenfeld, '12
HLSA-NY Board Member

Speaker Bios

Location: 
Clifford Chance LLP, 31 West 52nd Street
Cost: Free
Space is limited, register now!

Event Information
EVENT DATE:
Thursday, Jun 13 2013
8:00am - 9:00am [ iCal ]
LOCATION:
Clifford Chance LLP
31 West 52nd Street
New York, New York 10019 United States

Look Who's Coming:
Guest of Jonathan Schorr
Guest of Jonathan Schorr
Guest of Steve Sorkin
Guest of Takeshi Hishinuma
Miguel Abugattas
Clifford Chance
Jose Alcantar
Meeta Anand
White & Case, LLP
Sharo Atmeh
Samantha Bent
Matt Bernstein
Jonathan Blank
Adam Blum
David Brown
Melissa Causey
Vandana Chak
Elaine Choi
David Clark
Brett Dakin
Sarah Davis
David Felsenthal
Julie Grimes Waldorf
Javier Hernandez
Takeshi Hishinuma
Michael Kashan
Charlotte Kim
Bucky Knight
Peter Krause
Joslyn Massengale
Chadbourne & Parke LLP
Christopher Meatto
John Oppermann
John Oppermann
Peter Pettibone
Hon. Robert Reed
NYC Civil Court
Jonathan Schorr
Robert Schwed
WilmerHale
Ellen Shapiro
Steve Sorkin
Lilian Stern
Zdzislaw Wieckowski
Veronica Wong
Edward Wu
Jason Young
... a total of 50 guests.







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