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Lexi Purich Howard

Lexi Purich Howard
Year Graduated: 2015
Title: Lobbyist, California Advocates, Inc.
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Executive Training Series

September 23, 2016

Executive Training on Negotiating Legislation & Policy: Skills & Strategy for Success

This executive training will examine the theoretical, ethical, and practical skills essential to being an effective advocate in negotiating public policy and legislation. Participants will learn negotiation skills through an interactive presentation with simulated real-world exercises. They will be introduced to negotiation tools and techniques to enhance their professional success.

The McGeorge Capital Center for Law & Policy gives students the chance to learn among leaders in the law and policy arena. McGeorge is an interdisciplinary school nationally for students who desire careers as public policy advocates.


  • Jeffrey Proske, Professor of Lawyering Skills at McGeorge
  • Fredericka McGee, '91, Vice President of California Government Affairs & Operations, American Beverage Association

Date and Time

Friday, Sep. 23, 2016Place

McGeorge School of Law | Classroom A


This event was approved for 2.75 MCLE credits.

The University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law is a State Bar of California approved Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) provider. This program has been approved for 2.75 hours of MCLE credit of which 0 hours qualifies for the Legal Ethics/Recognition and Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession/Competence Issues sub-field. McGeorge School of Law certifies that this activity conforms to the standards for approved educational activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of The State Bar of California governing minimum continuing legal education.

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