06/14/2021 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 06/14/2021 12:14
WASHINGTON, June 14, 2021 - The American Bar Association International Law Section will present a virtual three-day 'Global Women Series' on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday that includes remarks by former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and daily 90-minute panel discussions exploring timely international women's issues.
What: 'Global Women Series,' sponsored by the ABA International Law Section
When: Tuesday - Thursday, June 15-17
The daily programs will begin at noon EDT and require separate registration: They are:
Clinton will provide introductory remarks Thursday at the U.N. program. Also, ABA President Patricia Lee Refo will kick off the three-day programming with opening remarks on Tuesday, and ABA President-elect Reginald Turner will moderate the Juneteenth program on Tuesday.
The series is free to the public and open to media. For more information, including speakers, please click here.
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