Is Covid-19 bringing women lawyers’ careers back to the 1950s?

08/06/2020 9:00 AM | Anonymous

 Attend a ‘for free register’ Webinar on the timely topic of: “Is Covid-19 bringing women lawyers’ careers back to the 1950s?”  According to recent research professional women’s working hours have decreased by one third as compared to professional men as a result of the unequal domestic burden brought on by the pandemic. It is therefore crucial to create a constructive forum for dialogue so please join and invite your colleagues and peer legal professionals:


NORTH AMERICA time friendly Webinar 2:
August 6th (Thursday), US Eastern Standard Time: 12.00pm (noon)-1.30pm
Free to attend registration link:

Panelists include:

  • Christina Blacklaws, Consultant, Blacklaws Consulting Ltd., former President, Law Society of England & Wales
  • Barbara Becker, Partner and Chair of the firm-wide Diversity Committee, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
  • Connie Brenton, Chief of Staff/ Sr. Director, Legal Operations, NetApp
  • Crystal Lalime, General Counsel of Global Markets, Credit Suisse
  • Kate Broer, Partner, Dentons Canada LLP
  • Linda Myers, Partner & founder of Women’s Leadership Initiative, Kirkland & Ellis
  • Pallavi Mehta Wahi, Co-United States and Seattle Managing Partner, Chair of Firmwide Diversity Committee, K&L Gates LLP
  • Patricia Lee “Trish” Refo, President-elect, American Bar Association
  • Patrick Dransfield, Co-Director, In-House Community
  • Sonja S. Weissman, Partner, Reed Smith

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