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Law Technology News
03.01.09

This year Gardere Wynne Sewell (www.gardere.com) celebrates our 100th anniversary. To continue our success, we recognize that we must not only “go green” as a firm, but actively participate in this important commercial and societal movement.

With offices in Austin, Dallas, Houston, and Mexico City, Gardere ranks #147 on the 2008 Am Law 200 roster. We have 280 attorneys and 374 support professionals and provide legal services to private and public companies, and individuals, in energy, litigation, corporate, tax, technology, environmental, labor and employment, intellectual property, and financial services.

Women’s Council

The Gardere Women’s Council was established in 2000 to help our women attorneys network with clients, business contacts, and community colleagues. A client reception was in the works for Sept. 2008, in Dallas, and council leaders wanted to go beyond the usual cocktail party.

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