Positive Counsel’s Founder Marina Sarmiento Feehan will be a featured panelist at this upcoming career panel. As an attorney who successfully worked in a number of different legal fields, transitioned from litigation to in-house counsel doing IP transactions, then pursued what she loved by coaching attorneys to find success in their careers, Marina Sarmiento Feehan will add a wealth of information to the panel on Alternative Legal Careers for Attorneys.
The Asian American Bar Association (AABA) and the Bar Association of San Francisco have teamed up to present:
Thursday, February 5, 2015 | 6:00 -7:30 p.m.
The Bar Association of San Francisco (BASF)
301 Battery Street, Third Floor, San Francisco, CA 94111
Conference Room A
Are you a lawyer who doesn’t want to practice? Are you exploring or pursuing a possible career change? Have you already made a change? Do you want to connect with others in the same boat?
We invite you to join a discussion on alternative careers for lawyers, featuring a diverse panel of lawyers who have successfully chosen non-traditional paths. Our panelists will share their personal experiences, including how they got to where they are, the rewards and challenges, and tips and advice. Please join us for a night of conversation and Q&A.
Our panel will feature:
Jinah Conroy, Business Development – Northwest Region, at Courtroom Sciences, Inc. (CSI)
Marina Sarmiento Feehan, Executive Coach, Career Consultant, Personal Branding Strategist, and Founder and President of Positive Counsel
Kelly Kang, San Francisco Real Estate Agent at Paragon Real Estate Group
Kyungah “Kay” Suk, Mediator and the Founder of Forward Mediation
Manuel Tumaneng, Wealth Management Advisor at Merrill Lynch Wealth Management.
After the panel, please join us for Happy Hour at Osha Thai Restaurant & Lounge, co-hosted by the AABASolo & Small Firm Committee and Social Committee. Enjoy complimentary appetizers and Happy Hour drink specials, while networking with fellow lawyers and professionals.
This event will be FREE for AABA and BASF members, and $30 for non-members. You can RSVP here.