The Women Lawyers’ Association of NSW Incorporated (WLANSW) is the peak body representing over 9,000 women lawyers in NSW.
Our organisation continues to grow with increased support, exposure and a broadening of our affiliations. Our website and “Her Say” e-news provide information and invitations for a variety of events hosted by WLANSW and promotion of other events and programs of interest; receiving about 10,000 hits per month. We offer organisations the opportunity to promote their products, services and corporate image directly to members and the wider legal community. Please click here for our current sponsorship package that we believe provides diverse opportunities for your organisation via online and web-based promotion, and direct acknowledgement and exposure at our events and forums
The Law Society of New South Wales (NSW) is pleased to sponsor the Women Lawyers Association (WLA) of NSW commencing in 2009. The Law Society is the peak representative body for lawyers in NSW and women lawyers represent a significant segment of our membership base. The Society and the WLA share a commitment to: raising the profile of our organisations and the wider legal profession; and advocating for, and on behalf of, the interests of our members. We look forward to a mutually beneficial and productive working relationship. For more information about the Law Society of NSW click here to visit our website
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Crowd & Co is delighted to sponsor the Women Lawyers Association of NSW. Crowd & Co is the first independent online marketplace for corporate lawyers. We connect law firms, businesses and lawyers with capacity to work together. In doing so we provide you with the ability to find new opportunities, grow your practice and remain independent through pitching for the projects you want, when and where you want to.
NAB have been a major sponsor of WLA NSW from 1997 to 2008. We would like to formally thank the National Australia Bank for their sponsorship of our organisation over the years. The contribution that the NAB have made to supporting the position of women in the legal profession is considerable, and we are grateful for this support and the many opportunities to work with NAB over this time.
We would also like to acknowledge and thank the many corporate law firms, members and organisations that have provided support and sponsorship for our events, Awards and projects over the years.