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Posted on: Oct 2, 2017

Peggy McCausland was tired of her firm’s networking events.

The potential clientele she wanted to woo — business women — weren’t showing up, she said. So McCausland conceived her own networking event that would draw them — golf lessons, catered meals and shop talk — and asked for the necessary marketing funds. She was a partner at the firm, Blank Rome, after all.

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This article was written by Lauren Sorrell, Krieg DeVault LLP. If you would like to write or submit content for the Women & the Law Division, please contact Kim Ferguson at kferguson@indybar.org

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