Presentations

Tina is a frequent presenter at conferences and continuing legal programs. Among her presentations are the following:

March 2005

Putting “Business” Into the Education of Business Lawyers. Spring 2005 Meeting of the ABA Section of Business Law. Sponsored by the Committee on Business Law Education, a committee of the Section of Business Law.

December 2004

Planning Committee. Professional Development Institute 2004.

November 2004

Lead Instructor. Commercial Legal Drafting Workshop. Sponsored by Osgoode Hall Law School of York University. Toronto, Canada (at least annually since 1997).

September 2003

Sole Speaker. Thinking Like a Deal Lawyer, Emory University.

May 2003

Turning the Business Deal into a Contract. Bridge the Gap Program – Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

January 2003

Co-speaker. Ethics for Negotiating Lawyers. CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution 2003 Annual Meeting.

December 2002

Investing in New Talent: Designing Training for Junior Associates. The 2002 Professional Development Institute. Co-sponsored by NALP and ALI-ABA.

September 2002

Featured Speaker. Training Lawyers for Business. Sponsored by Nottingham Law School. London, England.

June 2002

Co-chair. Financial Statement Concepts in Credit Agreements. Sponsored by the Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

August 2001

Primary Speaker. How Can Law Schools Better Teach the Skills Needed by Transactional Lawyers and Business Litigators? ABA Annual Meeting 2001. Sponsored by the Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.

March 2000

Training Business Lawyers. Spring 2000 Meeting of the ABA Section of Business Law. Sponsored by the Business Law Education Committee of the Section of Business Law.

June 1999

Chair. The Ethics of Negotiating and Drafting Contracts. ABA 25th National Conference on Professional Responsibility.

August 1998

Training Lawyers to Draft Contracts, Memos and Letters from a Business Perspective. ABA Annual Meeting. Sponsored by the Business Law Education Committee of the Section of Business Law.

December 1997

Drafting Corporate Agreements. Sponsored by PLI.

April 1997

Sole Instructor. The Business Deal and the Contract: How to Draft More Effective Contracts and Add Value to the Deal. Sponsored by ALI-ABA.

February 1997

Figuring Out the Deal. Sponsored by PLI.

November 1996

Co-chair. Accounting for Lawyers: Using Financial Data in Legal Practice. Sponsored by PLI.

June 1996

Lead Instructor. Due Diligence Investigations: A Workshop for Transactional Lawyers. Co-sponsored by PLI, ALI-ABA, and Continuing Education of the Bar (California).

December 1995

Drafting Corporate Agreements. Sponsored by PLI.

November 1995

Co-chair. Accounting for Lawyers: Using Financial Data in Legal Practice. Sponsored by PLI.

August 1995

What Every Law Student Needs to Know about Business Law before Graduating. ABA Annual Meeting. Sponsored by the Business Law Education Committee of the Section of Business Law.

December 1994

Co-chair. Accounting for Lawyers: Using Financial Data in Legal Practice. Sponsored by PLI.

November 1993

Accounting for Lawyers: Using Financial Data in Legal Practice. Sponsored by PLI.

March 1993

Featured Speaker. How to Teach Drafting to Corporate Lawyers. Presented to the Professional Development Consortium, Toronto, Canada.

April 1992

Understanding Financial Statements - Accounting for Lawyers. Sponsored by PLI.

March 1992

Traps and Treasures in Financial Statements. Aired on Court TV's In Practice. Produced by Ernst & Young.

March 1992

Developing Better Professional Writing for the Practice of Law. Sponsored by SCRIBES in cooperation with the American Bar Association's Committee on Legal Writing, Eighth Legal Writing Conference.

October 1991

Women in Law Firms: From Associate to Partner. Sponsored by New York University School of Law.

October 1991

Getting Down to Business - Preparing Students for the Competitive Business World. Sponsored by the American Association for Paralegal Education, 1991 Annual Conference.

June 1990

Training the Trainers: How to Orient, Develop and Evaluate Your Associates. Sponsored by Magness & Wehmann.