Introducing the Women in Law Summit 2018

A new event will explore barriers to career progression for women

Introducing the Women in Law Summit 2018

The inaugural Women in Law Summit will be held in Sydney this September to address the key challenges faced by women in the legal profession.

The one-day summit, brought to you by Australasian Lawyer, will see a high-profile line-up of women leaders and male champions in the legal profession come together to share their insights and experiences in a series of panel discussions and keynote presentations.

Topics will include gender equality, diversity and inclusion, conquering discrimination, incorporating flexibility in the workplace and championing change. Click here to view the full conference schedule.

Super Saver discounts apply to registrations made before Friday 22 June. Group discounts are also available for bookings of four delegates or book yourself a table of eight for your team. 

The Women in Law Summit 2017 will be held at the Amora Hotel Jamison on Tuesday 25 September.


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