The Butzel Long Women’s Leadership Committee was the Michigan host for the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Woman Advocate Committee’s Regional Networking brown bag lunch program on Wednesday, July 25, at the firm’s offices in Ann Arbor, Bloomfield Hills, Detroit and Lansing.
The program also included a special telephonic address from incoming ABA President Laurel Bellows who talked about gender issues of importance to the legal profession.
Among those attending the networking event at Butzel Long’s Bloomfield Hills office were (seated, left to right) Deborah Gordon of the Law Offices of Deborah L. Gordon; and Butzel Long shareholders Robin Luce Herrmann and Roberta Granadier; along with (standing, left to right) Anne Doyle of Anne Doyle Strategies; Jaclyn Giffen of the Law Offices of Deborah L. Gordon; Beverly Bunting of Butzel Long; Amanda Breasbois of Engle & Associates PC; Stefanie Kushner Goldman of Johnson Controls Inc.; Geaneen Arends of Butzel Long; and Victoria Murdoch, Butzel Long paralegal.
“Butzel Long is very happy and excited to be the Michigan host for this regional networking lunch,” noted Herrmann.
Also in attendance but not pictured were Sharna Davis Hatcher of Saturn Electronics and Roshunda Price of the Detroit Medical Center.