Alba One of Two Panelists for Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association Meeting

13 November 2017 Jacksonville Daily Record News
Public Affairs Director Erika Alba was a panelist at a Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association meeting this month about how women can “be heard” in City Hall and in Tallahassee, the Jacksonville Daily Record reported.

“If you really want to be in the process, become an expert in an industry,” she said. “Lobbying is a lot like litigation. You have to be precise and you have to know your issue well.”

She also stressed the importance of maintaining a high standard of ethics: “Always tell the truth. If someone asks about who is your opposition, tell them. That’s a discovery question. The first day you walk into the capital, you have your name and your integrity. Make sure you have that at the end of your career.”


Erika E. Alba

Director, Public Affairs

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