In the News October 2, 2015

Alston & Bird Hosts GAPABA In-House Counsel Dinner, Moderates Panel Discussion

Alston & Bird hosted the Georgia Asian Pacific American Bar Association’s (GAPABA) annual In-House Counsel Dinner, which featured a panel discussion of top legal leaders and innovative thinkers.

Ted Kang, partner in Alston & Bird’s Litigation Group, moderated the panel, which included Teresa Wynn Roseborough, The Home Depot; Teri McClure, UPS; Michael Wu, Carter’s; Alan Tse, Churchill Downs and Greg Heller, Atlanta Braves. The panelists shared insights on how to succeed in-house, what qualities make a successful general counsel and what organizations and individuals can do to ensure that diverse attorneys continue to break new ground and sustain success.

The GAPABA, formerly known as the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association, Georgia Chapter (NAPABA-GA), was founded in 1993 as a support network for Asian Pacific American attorneys and those interested in Asian American legal issues. It counts among its 350-plus members, judges, elected officials, managing partners of major law firms, government and non-profit attorneys and solo/small firm practitioners.
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