Oct. 8–10 | Boston
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Legal arguments and strategies tend to hold greater influence and control unless there is enlightened management. Moderator Stacey Smith, APR, Fellow PRSA, senior counsel and partner, Jackson Jackson & Wagner; Michele Jalbert, principal, Effective Advocates Collaborative; and Thomas J. Jennings, partner, Yardley, Pa. office, Hill Wallack LLP, will discuss the issues and struggles of a legal strategy versus a public relations strategy and how the two can actually be worked together to succeed in both environments.
Stacey Smith, APR, Fellow PRSA, senior counsel and partner, Jackson Jackson & Wagner
In 33 years of behavioral public relations practice, Smith has counseled an extensive array of clients, from Fortune 100 multi-national organizations to small nonprofits.
Michele Jalbert, attorney and founder, Effective Advocates Collaborative
Jalbert has extensive Capitol Hill experience, having worked for Massachusetts Congressman Bill Delahunt, and as chief of staff and general counsel for the New England Council, the nation’s oldest regional business association. She also is a member of the Massachusetts Bar and a trained mediator.
Thomas J. Jennings, partner, yardley, Pa. office, Hill Wallack LLP
Jennings is a member of the Business & Commercial practice group. He represents national and local business entities in a wide range of commercial transactions, with a particular focus on facility development and operations. Clients rely on him for guidance in structuring agreements with the public sector and the formation of public-private partnerships. Jennings works with industry leaders in solid waste and recycling, brownfield redevelopment, maritime commerce and renewable energy. He has served in a general counsel capacity as well as lead project counsel for major business operations.