WLSA invites you to join us for a lunch panel about formal and informal ways that women can be empowered in the legal field. We will cover empowerment methods in a variety of legal sectors including public interest, big law, and academia. What can both women and men in positions of leadership to empower young women entering the field? What are the steps young women can take to stand out? How do you make the most of mentorships? Come and find out! Panelists will include associates from McGuire Woods and Sullivan & Cromwell, and will be moderated by Professor Doriane Coleman. Lunch (not pizza) will be provided! Sponsored by WLSA. For more information, please contact Kathy Hong at firstname.lastname@example.org or Samantha Abrams-Widdicombe email@example.com.
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Empowering Women in the Legal Profession
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