Latham & Watkins' Women Enriching Business (WEB) and Hong Kong Corporate Counsel Association are proud to present the last discussion of their series of talk with senior female leaders who have leveraged their law degree to work in various non-legal fields.
For this last session, we will have a drink with Laurie Goldberg, litigator-turned founder of Americraft Imports and a founder member of the Craft Beer Association of Hong Kong. Join us on Tuesday evening, April 19th and enjoy a selection of craft beer expertly chosen by Laurie while hearing how she transitioned from lawyer to entrepreneur. A selection of canapés to compliment the beer will be served.
Topic: Leveraging the Law - session 3
Speaker: Ms Laurie Goldberg, Founder and Managing Director, Americraft Imports
Laurie Goldberg is the Founder and Managing Director of AmeriCraft Imports, a craft beer and spirits import and distribution company based in Hong Kong. AmeriCraft was the 2014 and 2015 winner of the "Best Beer Importer" award at the Hong Kong International Beer Awards. Laurie is a founding member and the former Secretary of the Craft Beer Association of Hong Kong and is active in Hong Kong's craft beer community. She is also the co-chair of the SME/Entrepreneurs Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.
Prior to founding AmeriCraft in December 2011, Laurie worked as a litigator at Caldwell Leslie & Proctor, PC, from 2007-2011 in Los Angeles, California, and as a law clerk for Federal Magistrate Judge Kevin S.C. Chang in Honolulu, Hawaii from 2005-2007.
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