AWS gave a response to an article published in the Law Gazette last week. You can see the response here. The original article expresses the opinion (and statistics) that women are less likely to consider a media profile as important to ‘credentialise’ themselves. The belief that women are sometimes more reticent than men to put themselves…Details
Where: The Law Society When: 10-5pm, 8th March 2019 Would you like to become a part of the First 100 Years archive in their new photography project? First 100 Years have been busy documenting the last 100 years of women in law through our digital museum and video biographies. But as part of our centenary celebrations we want…Details
The Global Legal Hackathon, which is happening in London between 22nd – 24th February 2019, aims to gather creative lawyers and techies for a marathon of LegalTech and Legal Design collaboration. Registration is free, and you can attend in teams or as individuals. An arm of the GLH is the GROWL initiative. The London-based GROWL team…Details
Women in Law Summit are excited to announce their first-look agenda for their conference on 17th May 2019. They have a packed programme, featuring tailored content to suit people at different stages of their career and inspirational speakers, who are breaking ground and challenging norms in the fight for progress. Here are just a few of…Details
Never mind Valentine’s Day, this February we are celebrating Galentine’s Day. Eileen, the Afternoon Tea Expert is joining forces with life coach Wajeeha Amin to bring a special themed afternoon tea party focusing on loving yourself. The event has been designed for women who sometimes forget the importance of practising self-love, especially in our busy…Details
Journalists and legal bloggers attending family courts – A Workshop for lawyers 29 January2019 5.30pm, Gresham College, London Who are we? We hope that you have heard of The Transparency Project, but if not : we are a registered charity and we help make family justice clearer to the public. We explain the law and…Details
The Institute of Advanced Legal Studies is commencing a seminar series, which will encompass topics related to Legal Landmarks for Women. The seminars will be hosted monthly between Feb and June 2019, and Sept to Dec 2019. More information can be found on their website here.
Click here or visit our opportunities tab for more information. Rights of Women are looking for qualified family solicitors to provide legal advice in Central London. They provide a safe space for women to talk to solicitors about sensitive and non-sensitive family related issues through a free advice phone line. The volunteering only…Details