What change do you want to see in the profession?


What change do you want to see in the profession?

The Women Lawyers Association of NSW annual survey is in full swing, with nearly 100 responses already received. If you have not yet shared the change that you want to see in the profession – please take 5 minutes to do so now.

The survey is your chance to help us make a difference to your experience as a woman in law in NSW, as the results will be used by us to plan events, initiatives and projects to drive the change you want to see in 2014.

Simply click here to access the survey and have your say in the change that you want WLANSW to champion in 2014:

1.     A legal profession where talented women have what they need to progress unimpeded into leadership positions

2.     A transformation of traditional billing models in the legal profession to recognise value rather than hours spent at your desk

3.     A network of support and resources for women wanting to start a legal practice

4.     A more flexible legal profession, where work/life balance can be achieved

5.     A thriving social and professional network of women lawyers in NSW

Thank you to the many members that have already responded, your input is valued, and we look forward to hearing from other members and colleagues  

Kind regards,

Natasha Walls

If you cannot access the hyperlink, please go to this URL to access the survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/T8D2RLW

Survey responses can also be sent by return email to executive@womenlawyersnsw.org.au and all responses will be treated confidentially.

12th December 2013


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