Developing In-House Skills: Pathways to Success at Every Level
411 East Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Join us as in-house counsel from some of the most notable organizations in Wisconsin provide first-hand insight into what it takes to be successful as an in-house attorney.
This half-day program will focus on building an in-house career, the hard and soft skills required to transition to company leadership in a General Counsel role, and an overview of some of the most pressing topics that employers in Wisconsin need to know. Our panelists will provide advice and real-world examples as to how their careers progressed, how they handled certain challenges, and lessons learned along the way.
Panel discussions will include:
- Building Your In-House Career
- Your Path to General Counsel
- Hot Legal Topics for Employers in Wisconsin (CLE-eligible)
- Frank DeGuire, Partner, Quarles & Brady LLP
- Kelly Grebe, Former Chief Legal Officer, MillerCoors
- Michael Grebe, Former Chief Legal Officer, Advocate Aurora Health
- Jill Ingels, Associate General Counsel, Milwaukee Bucks
- Peggy Kelsey, Executive Vice President, WEC Energy Group
- Steve Kruzel, Partner, Quarles & Brady LLP
- Patrick Milne, Senior Corporate Counsel, Uline
- Sean Scullen, Partner; Co-National Chair, Labor & Employment Practice Group; Co-Chair, Class Action Subgroup, Quarles & Brady LLP
- Judi Williams-Killackey, Partner and Chair, Labor & Employment Practice Group National Labor Relations Act Team, Quarles & Brady LLP
Continuing Legal Education:
After the program, Quarles will apply for 1.0 hours of general continuing legal education credit in Wisconsin. Participants seeking CLE credit must complete a CLE Attendance Form and return it to Quarles after the event.
Anticipated Continuing Legal Education Processing Time:
Depending on the jurisdiction, the processing time for course approval is estimated to take between 2-4 weeks.
For more information and to register, please contact Alexa Curto, email@example.com. Registration will close on Friday, July 21.