Women in Law : What Are The Challenges Around The World?

Women in Law : What Are The Challenges Around The World?
Event by Interlegal International Network

As part of International Women's Day, the Interlegal International network presents a panel discussion on the challenges that face women in law around the world and how to empower women around us.

Meet five women with inspiring professional backgrounds from 3 different continents. Our facilitator and the four panelists stand out in the field of law in their respective countries. They will discuss the evolution of the profession for women, the challenges to come for the new generation of lawyers, the barriers they have encountered as an entrepreneurs, the place of women in their country...

-Gabriele Brand-Ogris, partner at BRAND RECHTSANWÄLTE GMBH in Austria and Vice-President at Interlegal

-Maude Fréchette, cofondatrice de YULEX, attorneys and strategist in Canada

-Özlem Kurt, Partner at Kurt and Partners in Turkey

-Tone Bjørn, Partner at Consilium Advokatfirma in Norway

-Tania Alhawat, Partner at Ahlawat and Associates in India

Register via the Zoom link or follow us on Facebook Live during the event. This event is free.

Mar 8, 2021 08:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_pzgTerySRVeObtIxssCHYA?fbclid=IwAR0vGXKQlmDYohXKiBNhsDirOVC2Uuev0T1OKZbNf9kbXAExz--NlYAVWYQ

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