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Asian-American GCs meet in Chicago to expand career opportunities

Asian American GCs want to do more to increase career opportunities and have open discussions about current perceptions

J. Katelyn Kye, managing director of Major Lindsey & Africa

Many Asian American attorneys are finding they may have excelled in law school and were able to land their first job, but their careers are not moving forward the way they would like. 

It has been described as a “bamboo ceiling,” and on May 14, 2014, Vedder Price, a well-known general practice law firm, and Major, Lindsey & Africa, a national recruiting organization for law firms and corporate legal departments, are trying to do something about it. They are hosting a networking and roundtable discussion for Asian American general counsel at Vedder Price’s Chicago office. 

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