Caroline J. Berdzik to Present at Driving Diversity in Law & Leadership Virtual Summit
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Caroline J. Berdzik to Present at Driving Diversity in Law & Leadership Virtual Summit

November 18, 2020

Goldberg Segalla’s Caroline J. Berdzik will present at the Women in Law Summit Series Driving Diversity in Law & Leadership virtual conference on Wednesday, December 2.

The summit will offer compelling and interactive content exploring the obstacles, risks, and rewards on the path to a fulfilling and productive career for women and minority leaders.

Caroline is a panelist on a session devoted to the #MeToo movement, centering on inclusion strategies and what law firms and corporations can do to help. The panel, “#MeToo – Moving Beyond the Hashtag and Enlisting Men to Become Ambassadors for Change,” will focus on how to identity male allies, develop engagement strategies, establish how to self-advocate to get buy-in from others, and share tips and success stories from the panelists.

Caroline—a partner in Goldberg Segalla’s Princeton office, chair of the firm’s Employment and Labor practice, a member of the Facilitation Committee, and co-chair of the Women’s Initiative—will draw on her experience both championing inclusion at Goldberg Segalla and advising her corporate clients through legal and business issues related to diversity and employee engagement.

Driving Diversity in Law & Leadership (Virtual Summit)

  • Wednesday, December 2, 2020, from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • 8 a.m.—registration and check in
  • 10:20 a.m.—#MeToo – Moving Beyond the Hashtag and Enlisting Men to Become Ambassadors for Change

For more information or to register for the event, visit cf-conferences.com.


MORE ABOUT GOLDBERG SEGALLA’S CAROLINE J. BERDZIK:

Caroline J. Berdzik, chair of Goldberg Segalla’s Employment and Labor, Health Care, and Long-Term Care practices, devotes her practice to helping businesses, organizations, and management navigate the panoply of employment law issues, from proactive counseling through alternative dispute resolution and trial. She represents companies in diverse industries such as health care, transportation, retail, construction, insurance, and finance, as well as non-profit organizations and educational and religious institutions. In every matter, Caroline draws upon her previous experience as an in-house counsel to bring a deep understanding of and sensitivity to the daily challenges and cost considerations companies face. Accordingly, in her role as advisor and advocate, she functions as a virtual extension of clients’ in-house legal and human resources teams, working in integrated partnership with them to protect the company’s best interests and bottom line.