Industry panel to discuss future for women leaders in law

A panel of women leaders will share perspectives on how to succeed in the legal profession

Industry panel to discuss future for women leaders in law
A panel of women from across the legal profession, including Professor Ursula Cheer, Dean of Law, University of Canterbury; Deputy Chief Judge Caren Fox, Maori Land Court; Rez Gardi, Young New Zealander of the Year 2017 and Solicitor, Chapman Tripp and Catriona Grover, Managing Partner, Kensington Swan, will be discussing the future for women lawyers at the Women in Law Summit next month.

The panel will share their predictions on what the legal profession will look like in 30 years’ time and what actions the industry should be taking today to ensure the future achievements of women in law. Delegates will also hear tips on using their position to influence culture change and advice on retaining successful women and enabling their success.

More information about the speakers and program is available here.

Seats are filling up quickly and there are now less than 20 seats left at the conference. NZ Lawyer readers interested in attending the summit are encouraged to book now.

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

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