Sure, some of you are still figuring out your New Year's plans; others among you are already worrying about what plans your kids might be making for New Year's. The rest of us are still trying to figure out our Christmas or Hanukkah schedules.
But the Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois is thinking ahead. Past Noche Buena and Christmas, past Hanukkah (it comes late this year), past Kwanzaa, past El Día de los Reyes, past even the College Football Playoff. Yes, even beyond Super Bowl Sunday.
Maybe, to paraphrase the seasonal song, maybe it's much too early in the game, but the HLAI is asking you just the same: What are you doing Thursday, February 23?
As you'll note from the above 'Save the Date' notice, HLAI is looking for sponsors for the event. Contact Martin Quintana at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets can be obtained by clicking this link (and interested law students might want to buy tickets soon because only 25 tickets will be made available to students at $25 each).
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