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Larry Gill

Larry Gill is the Deputy Executive Director and Chief Financial Officer at the American Bar Association. Prior to joining...

Kristine Gregorio

Kristine Gregorio is the director of communications and special projects at the ABA. She is a part of the...

Lee Swanson

Lee Swanson is the associate director of ABA Member Leisure Communities in Chicago. ABA Leisure Communities are focused on...

Kate Noble

Kate Noble is the community marketing manager with ABA Leisure at the American Bar Association. She specializes in sales,...

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Adriana Linares

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Legal Talk Network Hosts Jason Marsh and Adriana Linares interview Christine Gregorio, Kate Noble, Lee Swanson, and Larry Gil about ABA Leisure at the 2015 ABA Midyear Meeting. Together they discuss the concept of ABA Leisure, a program involving networking and educational opportunities for lawyers within their recreational time rather than in a professional context. Some of the main activities include golf, wine, and travel.

Larry Gill is the Deputy Executive Director and Chief Revenue Officer of the American Bar Association. He is in charge of the ABA Leisure project.

Kristine Gregorio is the director of communications and special projects at the ABA.

Lee Swanson is the associate director of member leisure communities at the ABA.

Kate Noble is the community marketing manager at the ABA.

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Larry Gill, Kristine Gregorio, Lee Swanson, and Kate Noble discuss ABA Leisure

Larry Gill, Kristine Gregorio, Lee Swanson, and Kate Noble discuss ABA Leisure.

Episode Details
Published: February 17, 2015
Podcast: On the Road
Category: Best Legal Practices , Practice Management
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On the Road
On the Road

Recorded on the conference floor, "On the Road" includes highlights and interviews from popular legal events.

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