2 years ago

When:
5 May, 2016

Location:
Law Lounge

Organised by:
Law Society


Come join us from 1pm - 2pm, Thursday 5 May for a Q&A panel on the topic of Intergenerational Experiences of Feminism and the Law, presented by the SULS Women’s Subcommittee.

The panel will discuss the challenges and opportunities facing women in various professional pathways that engage with the law, with a focus on intergenerational experiences and the changing role of women in the wider legal community.

The panellists include women from a diverse range of career paths within the law, including Crown Prosecutor Nanette Williams, Sydney Law School's Professor Helen Irving, as well as current Sydney Law School students Nat Czapski (LLB VI) and Tina Huang (LLB II).

Following the discussion you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and suggest issues for discussion by the panel.

This event is open to all students of any gender or faculty so feel free to bring your friends. So, please join us for robust discussion, show your support for gender equality and enjoy some free food!

Any questions, please email: women@suls.org.au.