Scarinci Hollenbeck Partner and Litigation Chair Thomas H. Herndon Jr. is heading to Minneapolis, Minnesota to weigh in with other panelists at the National Bar Association’s (NBA) 15th Annual Corporate Counsel Leadership Summit (CCLS).
The summit explores issues facing the office of the General Counsel, the chief legal officer of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the head of the Office of the General Counsel (OGC).
The issues discussed were identified by legal professionals and aim to foster discussions where effective solutions can be brainstormed, seeded, and brought to fruition.
Herndon is speaking on the panel titled “Law Firm Leadership and Practice Management: The Balancing Act of Leading and Practicing at a High Level.” The event takes place on Monday, July 31, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Minneapolis Marriott City Center. It’s held in conjunction with the NBA’s 98th Annual Convention & Exhibits.
“Building relationships and originating business is an indispensable and integral part of practicing law. I am grateful for the opportunity to speak on such a critical subject that can propel the trajectory of an attorney’s career,” Herndon Jr. said in a statement from Scarinci Hollenbeck.
The panel will focus on how to maintain a high level of law practice, while successfully balancing leadership. More particularly, there will be an aspect focusing on the challenges that diverse law firm partners face. Incorporating DEI principles and goals as part of leadership will also be discussed.
To learn more about the CCLS, visit members.nationalbar.org.
The 98th Annual Convention & Exhibits takes place from July 29-Aug. 4 and offers Continuing Legal Education (CLE) sessions, forums, showcases, exhibits, and more.
Herndon Jr. is Partner and Chairs the Scarinci Hollenbeck litigation practice group. He has over 20 years of experience handling a wide variety of general litigation and corporate matters. He routinely handles matters relating to corporate disputes, cyber litigation, transportation litigation, construction litigation, and corporate liability on behalf of his clients. He is also experienced in advising clients in matters relating to commercial real estate, labor & employment, corporate & regulatory compliance as well as corporate transactions & business. In 2021, Thomas was named a Diverse Attorney of the Year by the New Jersey Law Journal.