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.
Tuesday, 28 July 2020 7.30am The Lunchroom, 45 Queen Street Join us for breakfast, and a chance to meet or catch up with other women in the profession for a relaxed networking event. The cost covers your choice of breakfast, including a hot drink. Sign up by 26 July 2020.
Let’s talk about how we keep some of the positives from lockdown…
We are delighted to present an online event – AWLA committee member Anoushka Bloem hosted three different business owners – Rachael Reed QC, Sarah Keene and Tammy McLeod, to discuss the challenges and opportunities of practice management in the rāhui. Enjoy! If the video above is not working, please use this link to watch: https://zoom.us/rec/share/6pdbbOzO6lNLXZ2K7QL6RLILPZb0X6a823BP-_UPzh2vMoqhx8s_a41fxvJhJm9k
In the distant beforetimes, when we could be in the same room together, an international women’s day event was hosted by Bankside Chambers. At that event we were lucky enough to hear from Alannah Colley and Bridget McLay, coauthors (with Ana Lenard) of the Purea Nei report. This was a great event, and so for …
Keep up to date with AWLA’s activities during the lockdown.
It was with great disappointment and frustration that we read the 2020 Chambers and Partners listings for the NZ bar. Despite many strong and successful women barristers in New Zealand, the Chambers listing features predominantly men, with only three women on the full list.
Our President’s function let us kick off 2020 by introducing our committee and theme for the year. We were also very lucky to hear from Justice Walker.