30 tickets left for women in law event

Over 140 legal professionals are already confirmed to attend the inaugural Women in Law Summit

30 tickets left for women in law event
NZ Lawyer readers who have not yet registered for the inaugural Women in Law Summit being held in August are encouraged to act now to take up one of the last 30 tickets.

The event has attracted a stellar speaker line-up, with some of the profession’s most influential women leaders confirmed to speak. Scheduled speakers include Pip Greenwood, partner, Russell McVeagh; Deputy Chief Judge Caren Fox, Maori Land Court; Lisa Jacobs, CEO, Anthony Harper; and Caroline Beaumont, general counsel, Coca Cola Amatil NZ.

The program is focused on the unique challenges facing women in the legal profession. Topics discussed will span unconscious bias in the legal profession, career advancement, and breaking through the glass ceiling. With more than 140 legal professionals from private practice and in-house teams already confirmed to attend, the event is proving to be an unmissable networking and professional development opportunity.

More information about the speakers and program is available here.

Seats are selling out fast, so to save $200 and secure one of the final remaining seats at the Early Bird rate, readers are encouraged to reserve their seat now. Further discounts apply to group bookings of four or eight delegates.*

The Women in Law Summit will be held at the Pullman Auckland on 17 August.

*Offer subject to availability.


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