Speaking Engagements

Revolving Doors

TexasBarCLE 27th Annual Advanced Government Law Course
4 p.m. CDT

Gardere Partner Mike Stafford will be speaking at the TexasBarCLE 27th Annual Advanced Government Law Course in Austin. Co-sponsored by the Government Law Section of the State Bar of Texas, this two-day event will feature keynote speakers addressing a wide-range of hot topics affecting legal practice today.

Mr. Stafford will present “Revolving Doors” during Friday’s afternoon session, where he will discuss the process, pitfalls and rewards of transitioning from the role of a government lawyer to that of a private practitioner, as well as the ethical considerations to keep in mind that include limitations pursuant to both statutes and disciplinary rules.

MCLE credit will be provided. For more information, including registration options, click here.

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