Geoff, Claudia, Frankie, Elise & Lauren pose in front of a piece of art in the exhibit

On Saturday, June 25th, the summer associates were invited to attend the annual firm dinner party. Spouses and significant others were included in the event, and it was very enjoyable to meet our colleagues’ partners.  We enjoyed a variety of delicious appetizers and mingled before taking our seats for dinner.

The lavishly catered event was held at a truly unique venue–the Rubell Family Collection— in the Wynwood neighborhood.  The Rubell Family Collection was established in 1964 in New York City, and is now one of the world’s largest privately owned contemporary art collections.  Since 1993, the collection has been exhibited in a 45,000 square foot repurposed Drugs Enforcement Agency confiscated goods facility in Miami, Florida.  Currently, the thematic exhibition is called “No Man’s Land,” and features the work of female artists exclusively.  Having a dinner party surrounded by such unique contemporary art was a truly memorable experience.

It is hard to believe that the dinner party marked the end of the fifth week of our summer.  It is amazing how quickly our experience as Bilzin Sumberg summer associates is flying by.  With so many fun events, we are really getting to know the attorneys at the firm outside of the office setting.  Next up, we have an evening of theater at the Arsht Center  to see Summer Shorts with the Corporate and Tax groups to look forward to!