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roundtable

A conference or discussion involving several participants, often before an audience and open for questions. Cf Keynote address, Plenary session.
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The roundtable is free of charge on a space available basis and CLE credit will be available.
After the last roundtable in September 2004, a delegation of interdenominational clergy went to Capitol Hill to lobby legislators to oppose the antigay Federal Marriage Amendment.
companies had a billion dollar spend," admits Sharon Patterson, retired diversity executive from Kraft Foods who is now CEO of the Roundtable.
JofA: Given the corporate scandals of the past two or three years, what is Business Roundtable doing to help restore confidence in the nation's corporate governance system?
attended last year's Roundtable and says the event is a great opportunity to interact with other HR professionals.
Christine Coussens, program officer of the Institute of Medicine Board of Health Sciences Policy and study director of the roundtable explains that the group, which first met in October 1998, does not intend to dictate solutions.
The roundtable participants were: Scott Pranger, vice president sales/marketing, Kurdziel Industries, Inc.
Authors on this website recently hosted an African-American Writers Roundtable (the link is on the main page under "past roundtables").
Kopelman, who was then director of the health department's Bureau of HIV/AIDS and cochair of Pennsylvania's community planning committee, suggested that a roundtable of youth be brought together to parallel the larger committee.
Internet leaders Radiate, AltaVista, Arbitron, MediaMetrix (Nasdaq: MMXI), Nielsen Media Research, OgilvyOne, DoubleClick (Nasdaq: DCLK), AdForce and Motorola (NYSE: MOT) met recently in New York City for a high-level roundtable meeting to discuss the recent debates over audience measurement, Internet privacy and the rise of the "digital consumer.