Business Law

One of the Philadelphia Bar Association's oldest and largest sections, the Business Law Section offers business lawyers numerous educational opportunities across a broad range of substantive areas as well as opportunities to network with other attorneys sharing similar professional interests. The Section's committees plan continuing legal education programs and keep their members up to date on current events in more than a dozen substantive areas.

The goal of the Business Law Section's Web pages is to provide Section members with up-to-date information that they can use in their practices.

If the activities of the Business Law Section and its committees have the potential to benefit you and your practice, we invite you to print out a copy of our membership form and become a member.

On behalf of the Business Law Section of the Philadelphia Bar Association, we invite you to participate in our LinkedIn group. The group was formed so members can participate in professional conversations about substantive topics relating to business law. As a member of the group you can follow discussions of interest or participate more actively by leading discussions and commenting about current topics related to the practice of business law.

Please join our LinkedIn group today to get all the benefits section membership has to offer.

Giants of the Business Bar: A Conversation with Ann C. Mulé

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Program: 6 - 7 p.m.
Networking Reception: 7 - 8 p.m.

Cozen O'Connor
One Liberty Place
1650 Market St., 28th Floor
Philadelphia, PA

CLE Credit (1 SUB)

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This Business Law Section event recognizes legal giants impacting the practice of business law in Philadelphia and beyond, and serves as a learning and networking opportunity.

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Ann C. Mulé, a former Chair of the Business Law Section, is a recognized leader in the corporate governance field, whose expertise and insights have helped to shape the governance landscape for companies, boards of directors, shareholders and many other governance constituencies. She currently serves as the Associate Director of the John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance at the University of Delaware. In that capacity, she oversees and manages all of the professional, public service and academic outreach activities of the Center. In large part due to Ms. Mulé's stewardship, the Center is a recognized thought leader in the governance field, with a national and international reputation for positively impacting the field and the capital markets.

Ms. Mulé has been included as one of the "100 top governance leaders" and as one of the 20 "people to watch" by NACD Directorship Magazine. She was previously named as one of the "top three exceptional women who led the profession" by the Philadelphia Bar Association Business Law Section. This CLE program, in addition to focusing on Ms. Mulé, one of the great women in the profession and her practice experiences, will address the most significant changes in, and the importance of, corporate governance in the capital markets today.

The Business Law Section is also proud to announce that Ms. Mulé's colleague, friend and giant in corporate governance in his own right, Charles M. Elson, Director of the John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, University of Delaware, Edgar S. Woolard Jr. Chair in Corporate Governance, Professor of Finance, will be interviewing Ms. Mulé.

Business Law Section Annual Reception

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Spotlight on In-House Counsel
Diversity in Law and General Counsel's Role as Business Advisor

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Business Law Section Annual Reception

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

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