Monthly Virtual Round-table Conversations. Sponsored by the MSBA Family Law
Currently, all bar association programming is REMOTE-ONLY
June Focus: Vaccination in Family Law
join us for a lively roundtable discussion on vaccination in family law matters.
With COVID vaccination front and center in our communities, this topic is timely
and bound to raise strong responses from our clients. We are hoping that many of
you will join us and share your experiences in vaccination matters. Let’s
discuss the pros and cons of vaccines plus how the courts are responding to this
Family Law Section invites members to a virtual networking opportunity. We
will be hosting a lunchtime question and answer session with a preselected topic
each month. We want our members to be able to connect with each other and
hear about a topic as well as be able to ask other members questions about their
cases. Members questions can be about any topic and if you feel
uncomfortable about asking your question and want to do it unanimously, go ahead
and send it to Tifanne Wolter at email@example.com prior to the
meeting. Please come meet with us to network, socialize and feel free to
bring and eat your lunch with
Registration is optional but encouraged in order to receive
remote instructions directly and in advance.
Mundahl | Mundahl Law, PLLC (Host)
Tifanne Wolter |
Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd.
Nicole Tabbut | Pemberton Law
There is no CLE Credit offered.
Free. There is no cost to attend.
Webcast and/or phone participation is available via Zoom. Registration
allows for you to receive instructions in advance.
Online Deadline for
Instructions: June 14, 2021
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members can participate fully. If you need reasonable accommodations to
participate in this event, please notify the program manager. Please
provide notification at least 72 hours prior to the meeting to allow sufficient
time to make arrangements for accommodations. Thank you.