ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:
Amy Berenson Mallow, Esq. has twenty years of experience in the field of career and professional development for attorneys and has practiced law in both the public and private sectors. Her areas of experience include career planning, career transitions, time management, communication, achieving performance goals and building confidence. Before opening Mallow Consulting, Amy served as Manager of Professional Development at Proskauer Rose LLP in Los Angeles; Managing Director for the West Coast office of The Shannon Group, a consulting firm specializing in the professional and career development of legal professionals; Assistant Dean for Career Services at UCLA School of Law; and Assistant Director in the Office of Career Services at Georgetown University Law Center. Mallow frequently speaks at local and national organizations as well as law firms and law schools. Mallow practiced law as an associate at Kirkland & Ellis and was a staff attorney in the Enforcement Division of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. She is a graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center. Mallow is a co-author of several chapters in The Lawyer’s Career Management Handbook: Your Bridge to a Satisfying Career (West Publishing, 2010).
Lee K. Broekman is a communication professor, business consultant, and an executive coach to the legal and business communities. She is the owner and founder of Organic Communication (www.OrganicComm.com), which specializes in providing coaching and consulting services to lawyers and law firms. As a frequent lecturer in legal and business gatherings, she speaks on topics of building rewarding relationships, communicating with clarity and confidence, managing people and projects, and creating positive and productive work environments. Broekman has taught at the Annenberg School for Communication and Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California, and guest teaches at the UCLA School of Law.