Latest Message from the President

Dear Members and Friends,

Our events continue to be well attended with many selling out in advance, so please ensure you book early to avoid disappointment.

‘Building assertiveness, communication and interpersonal skills’ lunch workshop with Josie Wakim 16th June hosted by Maurice Blackburn Lawyers & ‘Inspiration before Breakfast with Anne Healey ‘2015 Woman Lawyer of the Year’, 22nd June hosted by Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers –  Photo Galleries are now available. The ‘Leadership Lunch Series’ launched in Newcastle 8th July with guest speaker Dominique Hogan-Doran SC, was a great success, and others are in the planning following their upcoming August event.

Continuing our ‘Leadership’ theme, we have more inspiring events in the planning, and look forward to bringing you further details shortly.

Please check our Event Calendar for details and registration of our upcoming events.

2017 Membership is now available, and we encourage you to renew or join now for membership valid to 30 June 2017Please visit our website for details.

We look forward to your ongoing support and seeing you at an event soon.

Kind regards,

Lee-May Saw


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