3 years ago

26 May, 2015

Moot Court

Organised by:
Flinders Law Students Association

The Women in Law Breakfast is a great chance to get some first hand insight into a range of career opportunities from extremely successful lawyers.

Our panellists will be discussing a number of issues relevant to everyone in the legal profession regarding women in this profession. The floor will then be opened for you to ask any burning questions you have of our panellists and their experience.

Open to all students of all year levels and genders, and suitable for people interested in corporate, non-corporate, and academic careers.

Premium Members: $5
Non-Premium Members: $10
You can buy tickets online here: http://flsa.org.au/education/wellbeing/

Muffins, toast, crumpets, fruit, tea, coffee, juice


Kylie Dunn
Associate – DMAW Lawyers

Kylie Dunn is an Associate at DMAW Lawyers, practicing in the areas of workplace law and commercial dispute resolution. She acts for a wide range of employers and employees in relation to the full spectrum of industrial relations and employment law matters, including employment contracts and policies, award interpretation, work health and safety, sexual harassment, discrimination and bullying, dismissals and workers compensation. She is a member of the management committee of the Industrial Relations Society of South Australia.

Briony Kennewell
Executive Solicitor – Crown Solicitor’s Office

Briony Kennewell was admitted in 1990 and has worked in civil litigation, at the Equal Opportunity Commission, and as a solicitor at the DPP. For the last 8 years she has worked in the Crown Solicitor’s Office in Advising, Serious and Organised Crime, and is currently out posted to the Department for Health and Ageing where she manages a small group providing legal services across the Health portfolio.

Elizabeth Lee
Lecturer – ANU College of Law

Elizabeth Lee is a lecturer in professional legal skills, civil litigation and legal clinic at ANU Legal Workshop. Elizabeth practised in the area of commercial litigation for over five years in both government and commercial practice and has served as Chair of the ACT and the Australian Young Lawyers Committees. In 2007, Elizabeth was awarded the Inaugural ACT Young Lawyer of the Year Award for her services to the profession. Elizabeth is also a trained fitness professional and has taught the Les Mills group fitness classes, Body Pump, Body Combat, Body Jam, Body Balance and Sh’Bam. If she were not a lawyer, she would love to host her own talk show and has secret ambitions to be a contestant on So you think you can dance?