Hosted and sponsored by Twitter
Date: Wednesday 14 November 2018
Time: 6 to 7.30 pm (Registration from 5.30 pm, drinks and networking from 7.30 pm)
Venue: Twitter, 20 Air Street, London W1B 5AN
Fees: £35 + VAT
This meeting is organised by the SCL Women in Tech Law Group but is open to all regardless of gender.
Sue McLean, Partner, Technology, Baker McKenzie, SCL Trustee, Chair, SCL Women in Tech Law Group @sumolaw
Marie Armstrong-Hebert, Senior Communications Manager, Europe, Morrison & Foerster LLP @Marie_E_Hebert
Moderator: Victoria Davies, Associate Director, Legal, Twitter @vcdavies
Neil Brown, Director, decoded:Legal, SCL Trustee @neil_neilzone
Emma Wright, Commercial Technology Partner, Kemp Little LLP @WrightTelcomlaw
Lorraine Chimbga, Compliance Analyst, FundApps @RaiineC
Do you know your ‘like’ from your ‘hashtag’? Have you got a LinkedIn account, but you are not really sure how to get the most out of it? Do you use Twitter in your personal life, but you are not sure if you should use it for business?
In this session, we will provide a practical guide to using social media more effectively to raise your professional profile, build your network and track legal developments. We will then hear from our panel of leading lawyers about how they use social media for business. They will give you some top tips, some important do's and don'ts, and share some of their experiences along the way.
The panel session will be followed by questions from the audience and networking.
The cost of attendance at this meeting is £35 + VAT (£42) for SCL members and non-members alike. This meeting is organised by the SCL Women in Tech Law Group but is open to all regardless of gender.
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