Gardere Women’s Council Hosts 'The Legacy of Watergate' at George W. Bush Institute in Dallas
The Gardere Women’s Council hosts a CLE program, led by former White House Counsel John Dean, exploring the cover-up crimes and activities related to the Watergate scandal.
Held June 5 at the George W. Bush Institute at the George W. Bush Presidential Center, the program included “The Cancer on the Presidency,”
“This program reminds lawyers everywhere of the professional bar's commitment to ethics following the disaster of Watergate,” said Mr. Robenalt. He and Mr. Dean lauded Gardere’s Women’s Council for its role in presenting the program. “We could not have been more impressed with the Firm, its clients and others who attended,” they said. “The leaders of Gardere and their professionals obviously share this passion for ethics and clearly have assembled a team that is striving for excellence in all aspects of the practice of law.”
June 17 marks the 42nd anniversary of the 1972 break-in at the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate office complex, which eventually led to the Aug. 8, 1974, resignation of President Nixon. For more information on The Legacy of Watergate, please visit www.watergatecle.com.
“The Gardere Women’s Council is thrilled that John Dean and Jim Robenalt joined us to present this program for the first ytnmn time in Dallas,” said Partner Jane Fergason (http://www.gardere.com/
The Gardere Women’s Council, comprised of women partners and associates, works to support women’s issues and related mentoring and business development efforts as well as various community and civic organizations. We encourage and support women’s initiatives that extend beyond the office into the community. We also actively support community and business initiatives related to the advancement and support of women.
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