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17th Annual Minnesota Lavender Bar Association Conference (Sponsored by Maslon)

February 17, 2018

Maslon is proud to sponsor the 17th Annual Minnesota Lavender Bar Association Conference on Saturday, February 17, 2018. Each year, the MLBA conference attracts over a hundred attorneys and law students for a day of education and networking. In addition to hosting nationally known keynote speakers, the MLBA conference includes breakout sessions tailored to general practice and LGBT legal issues as well as plenary panels focused on key issues of developing law. The MLBA Conference has excelled as a premier conference in the region which both looks back at our shared history of achievement and looks forward to the advancements being made at the cutting edge of the legal profession regarding issues facing LGBT clients and attorneys . 

Founded in 1996, the Minnesota Lavender Bar Association is the primary association of lawyers, judges and other legal professionals in Minnesota that works to promote justice in and through the legal profession for the LGBT community, and has successfully worked in collaboration with other organizations to expand LGBT equality. Hillary Taylor, a member of Maslon's Litigation Group, currently serves on the MLBA Board of Directors. 


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