Who wants to be a family lawyer? Zoom event
Are you a woman interested in becoming a family lawyer? Women in Family Law is delighted to be hosting a panel of women who have entered the legal profession via different routes. Find out more about what life is like as a family lawyer; what skills you need; and the varied ways in which you can join the profession.
We will be joined by: Attia Hussain (solicitor, Crane & Staples), Rebecca Cross (barrister, St Ives Chambers), Esther Else (Legal Executive, Glaisyers) and April Hall (Justice First Fellow and Trainee Solicitor with the North East Law Centre). The event will be chaired by Malvika Jaganmohan, barrister and Founding Board member.
When: 28th May 2020, 6:30pm-8pm
Email email@example.com to register.
With thanks to Corbett Le Quesne for allowing us to use their remote facilities.
In the coming weeks, we will doing a number of “in conversation with…” sessions via Instagram Live, hosted by Malvika Jaganmohan of St Ives Chambers.
We have now had seven episodes of this series! Our last episode was on 11th May 2020 with trainee solicitors, Jessica Moore from Osbornes Law and Lucy Bluck from Kingsley Napley. They talked about the impact of COVID-19 on their training contracts; how their relationships with their supervisors are maintained virtually, and the support in place to help them weather this period of uncertainty.
We are currently having a break and the sessions will resume shortly.
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