Virtual Cheers to New Lawyers - Cocktail/Mocktail Class and New Lawyer Panel

Event Description

Currently, all bar association programming is REMOTE-ONLY participation. There will be NO in-person attendance until further notice. Thank you.

Calling all recent law school graduates and New Lawyers!

Whether you recently took the bar exam or plan to take it yet this bar year – we want to celebrate your achievements. Join us for a virtual mocktail and cocktail class with Twin Cities own Meteor Bar followed by a candid conversation with New Lawyers Section members. After Meteor walks us through the history and beverage making of both a cocktail and mocktail, sip on your drink while the new lawyers discuss what they wished they would have known entering the legal world and answer your questions. This is a great opportunity to build your network in a fun, lighthearted atmosphere during this challenging time for law students and new lawyers. While this event celebrates new graduates, we welcome all attendees! Current law students and new lawyers are encouraged to join.

We have reached our limit on the cocktail/mocktail kits. We welcome additional registrations and attendees, but you will not receive a cocktail/mocktail kit. We will send you a list of what you'll need so you can still join us with your own ingredients. We will hold another event with Meteor later this year, so keep an eye out for futuer advertisements if you missed a kit this time. Each person is allowed a plus-one. You can "add an attendee" when you register to sign up your plus-one.  
Meteor, rated 2020’s Best New Bar by CityPages, is a wonderful little cocktail bar that doesn't take itself too seriously. Meteor brings great cocktails to the people without being pretentious or too expensive. Its motto is "Old ass bar, good ass drinks". It's the brainchild of Robb Jones and Elliot Manthey, both well educated, celebrated and award-winning bartenders and rock and roll drummers.
This class will cover the history and the evolution of the Old Fashioned cocktail. We will explore the roots of one of the most essential cocktails and talk about why it's more of a "style" than a rule. The first half of the cocktail session will focus on how to make a basic bitters mocktail using everyday ingredients for those who prefer their beverages sans alcohol, including a discussion about bitters, what they are and how to use them, spirits education, random history, and more! The second half of class will walk you through how to make an Old Fashion using the cocktail kit custom-made for this class!


HCBA Member: $5
Non-HCBA Member: $5
Law Student/New Admittee: Free

Remote Participation Only:

This event will be available by remote participation only. Instructions will be emailed to you the day before the event.


To register with a check, please mail in this registration form.
Need to cancel? Please see our cancellation policy.
Questions? Contact Abby Ward | 612-278-6307 

Deadline to Register: 2pm on November 4, 2020


The HCBA is committed to creating an inclusive environment in which all members can participate fully. If you need reasonable accommodations to participate in this event, please notify Abby Ward via phone or email: . Please provide notification at least 72 hours prior to the meeting to allow sufficient time to make arrangements for accommodations. Thank you.

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Thursday, November 5, 2020

7:00 PM to 8:30 PM