Coffee, career advice and celebrating women

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Legal professionals, academics and distinguished judges sharing their experiences and advice with ANU College of Law students.

It was heartening to have a morning dedicated to celebrating the strengths and diversity of women in the legal profession, and mentoring the next generation to stand on their shoulders.

The Australian National University (ANU) College of Law held its International Women’s Day (IWD) Breakfast on 11 March 2021, with more than 60 women from across Canberra, ranging from law students, legal professionals in private practice, government and community organisations, academics and distinguished judges, attending the event.

This event provided undergraduate and postgraduate ANU Law students with a unique opportunity to engage in meaningful conversations and gain valuable advice from a diverse range of impressive and inspiring women at various stages of their careers.

It was heartening to have a morning dedicated to celebrating the strengths and diversity of women in the legal profession, and mentoring the next generation to stand on their shoulders.

Hosted by the ANU Law Visiting Judges Programme and Law Reform and Social Justice, this event was coordinated by Associate Professor Heather Roberts and supported by a dedicated team of staff and student volunteers: Hayley Keen, Grace Lee, Madeleine McGregor, Isabella Rusiti, and Dominique Yap.

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