31st July 2020
Lessons from lockdown – the reality of flexible work in a post-lockdown law firm.
AWLA invites you to a lunchtime panel discussion on the intricacies of working flexibly in the legal profession – the lessons we learned from working through COVID-19, the impact of remote work on firm culture, and how New Zealand compares to international experience.
Date: Friday 31 July 2020
Time: 12.30 pm lunch for a 12.45 pm panel start.
Venue: Russell McVeagh, Level 30, Vero Centre, 48 Shortland Street, Auckland CBD.
Food: a light working lunch will be provided.
Come and hear some insights from our panellists:
Bridget McLay – Junior Barrister at Shortland Chambers, and co-author of the research report “Purea Nei: Changing the Culture of the Legal Profession”
Camille Butters – Senior Solicitor at Russell McVeagh, who recently returned from working as an Associate at Clifford Chance in London
James Brown – 4 Day Week New Zealand Ambassador, a movement born out of the success of the four day working week at Perpetual Guardian
The panel discussion will be facilitated by Kate Weaver, General Manager Human Resources at Russell McVeagh.
Attendance is FREE for AWLA members, $15 for non-members.
We also have added the option of online attendance (via Zoom) for those who are working remotely. Free for AWLA members and $5 for non-members.
(If you are an AWLA member and would like to attend online instead, please send us a message -firstname.lastname@example.org- so we can send you the link)