Government contract law practice can strike fear in the bravest lawyer. Getting over that fear, however, can introduce an entrepreneurial lawyer to a discipline that can sustain one's practice for decades. Government contract law is a complex system of statutes, regulations, and decisions designed specifically to protect (1) suppliers who deal with the government, (2) taxpayers who contribute to the public fisc, and (3) agencies required to accomplish their civilian and defense missions. Join us for an important discussion about a little understood yet vitally important practice area and learn exactly what practitioners are doing in the government contract law field. Please RSVP at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GovtContracts.
Our speakers include:
Hawaii Tourism Authority
Vice President of Administrative and Fiscal Affairs
Kanale Sadowski '05
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Honolulu District Office
Alston Hunt Floyd & Ing
Moderator: Professor Danielle Conway