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Kaye Scholer Hosts Panel on Path to Partnership For Attorneys of Color

January 29, 2008

Kaye Scholer, the Metropolitan Black Bar Association (MBBA) and the Practicing Attorneys for Law Students Program (PALS) co-sponsored a panel discussion titled "Pathways to Partnership" on January 29, 2008, providing attorneys of color with guidance and key strategies to be successful on the path towards law firm partnership. The panel, held in Kaye Scholer's New York office, featured partners from well-known law firms offering advice on professional development.

Benjamin Hsing, Partner in the Litigation Department, participated as a panelist and Joseph Drayton, Counsel in the Litigation Department and a Board of Director of PALS and MBBA, worked with the sponsors on the creation of the program.

Kaye Scholer, the Metropolitan Black Bar Association and the Practicing Attorneys for Law Students Program (PALS) co-sponsored the Path to Partnership panel providing attorneys of color with guidance and key strategies to be successful on the path towards law firm partnership.

January 29, 2008