Newcastle ‘Law as a Career’

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 18/05/2017
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Location
University of Newcastle, Lecture Room UNH4.16 Fourth Floor,

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The Newcastle Chapter of Women Lawyers’ Association of NSW, in conjunction with the University of Newcastle Law School would like to invite all LAWYERS (male, female,private practice, in-house, at the bar, academic…), LAW STUDENTS and those interested in a career in law, to an event to celebrate Law Week. 

It provides a great opportunity for networking and to hear from some inspirational women in our legal community. Members of the profession can get in touch with the next generation of lawyers, as well as an opportunity to catch up with colleagues and friends.

Speakers Panel:
The Honourable Justice Margaret Cleary, Family Court of Australia
Judge Tanya Bright, District Court NSW
Magistrate Ellen Skinner, Local Court NSW

Facilitator: Lauren O’Brien, Criminal Lawyer

WHEN:     Thursday 18 May 2017 – 5.30pm for 6pm start

WHERE: University of Newcastle, Lecture Room UNH 4.16 Fourth Floor, University House, Cnr King & Auckland Sts, Newcastle

RSVP:       executive@womenlawyersnsw.org.au or book online 

Light refreshments provided; FREE Event – all welcome; bookings essential for seating and catering. Please click here to download the flyer.

#lawweekUON

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