‘Adoption & Parental Responsibilities’ Penrith Chapter Networking Lunch
Guest Speaker: Nicole Smith, Senior Solicitor & Accredited Specialist in Family Law at Rafton Family Lawyers. Nicole is preparing a paper for a conference in Vietnam on Adoption and Surrogacy issues in Australia. She will be talking to us about advising clients on adoptions, whether they should pursue a traditional adoption or parental responsibility orders from the Family Court. She will talk to us about three cases that she has dealt with herself involving different forms of adoptions.
DATE/TIME: 13 September 2018 1pm
LOCATION: The Coffee Club, 78 – 88 Tench Ave – Penrith
‘Law Cover and Risk Management’, Wollongong
Guest Speaker: Jen McMillan, Legal Practice Consultant with Lawcover
Lawcover and Risk Management
– What is and isn’t covered by the Lawcover Policy
– Claims – general trends, underlying causes and emerging risks
– Tips for managing risk in practice
Join us for a networking lunch on a relevant topic, with discussion and networking.
DATE/TIME: 14 September 2018 12.30pm
LOCATION: Centro CBD, 28 Stewart Street, Wollongong
The Janet Coombs Lunch for New Female Barristers
Hosted by the Women Barristers Forum & WLANSW
Please join us and distinguished guests for our biannual lunch and meet the new women at the bar.
Bookings are essential to ensure adequate seating and catering. Limited places so please book early and RSVP by 12th September latest.
DATE/TIME: 14 September 2018 1pm
LOCATION: The Women’s Club, Level 4, 179 Elizabeth Street, Sydney
Newcastle ‘Sexual Harassment in the workplace – know your rights’
Guest Speakers: Kate Eastman SC, New Chambers & Alex Grayson, Principal at Maurice Blackburn
The event aims to address the important issues facing people in the workplace. There will be a presentation by our esteemed panel on the topics of:
· What is sexual harassment?
· What are the responsibilities of firms; and
· What remedies are available?
DATE/TIME: 18 September 2018 5.30pm
LOCATION: Newcastle Club, 40 Newcomen St, Newcastle
‘First 100 Years’ of Women in Law
Guest Speakers: The Honourable Justice Virginia Bell AC & Anne McLeod
Women Lawyers Association New South Wales, in partnership with the Jessie Street National Women’s Library, is proud to present an evening with the Honourable Justice Virginia Bell AC and author Anne McLeod, examining the events that surrounded the passing of the Women’s Legal Status Act 1918 (NSW), and the remarkable story of Marie Byles, first female solicitor to practise in New South Wales.
DATE/TIME: 27 September 2018 5.30pm
LOCATION: Union University & Schools Club, 25 Bent St, Sydney
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2018 WLANSW SubCommittees. Get involved!
Please contact our office for further details if you would like to contribute and get involved. SubCommittee meetings are held in the Sydney CBD except for regional chapters.
– Workplace Practices
– Welcome to the Law
– Newcastle Chapter
– Wollongong Chapter
Charter for the Advancement of Women in the Legal Profession
The Charter is designed to promote and support strategies to retain women in the profession over the course of their careers and encourage and promote their career progression into senior executive and management positions. Click here for more details and to sign up.Read More
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Registered Charity Tick
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Diversity and Equality Charter
Diverse and inclusive legal workplaces help to build a strong and respected legal profession. A major step towards this goal has been the development of a Diversity and Equality Charter, which organisations now have the opportunity to adopt. We encourage you to join us in supporting and adopting the Charter. Please click here for further informationRead More