SCL Women in Tech Law event: #EachforEqual: Making an Impact - Tuesday 17 March 2020, London

When: 17/03/2020
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This event is free to attend and open to all

Hosted by Osborne Clarke LLP
Provision of headshot photographer kindly sponsored by Baker McKenzie and Reed Smith. Please see below for more detail.

Date: Tuesday 17th March 2020
Time: 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm (Registration from 5.30 pm, drinks and networking from 7.00 pm)
Venue: Osborne Clarke, One London Wall, London EC2Y 5EB Map

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Chair:
Tamara Quinn,
Partner, Osborne Clarke

Facilitators will include:
Sue McLean, Partner, Baker McKenzie and Chair of the WiTL Group
Rebecca Keating, Barrister, 4 Pump Court and other SCL WiTL committee members

Speakers to include:
Dee Sekar,
Diversity & Inclusion Director, Chambers & Partners
Rieta Ghosh, Editor-in-Chief, Chambers & Partners

As you know, SCL WiTL's objective is to accelerate the number of women entering, advancing through, and celebrated in the technology law sector in order to achieve a more inclusive and diverse sector.

Last year a partner's LinkedIn post blasting the lack of women in one of the legal directories went viral. The challenge is equally profound in the tech legal sector. Whether it's the directories or conferences, we know that there is still a lot of work to have more diverse representation. 


At SCL we will continue to work to raise the profile of our members, but in light of this year's International Women's Day theme #EachforEqual, we think that it's also important to consider what each of us can do to make a positive impact. Whether that's raising our own profiles or lifting women within our own organisations or across the industry. 

In this session, we will hear how you can approach submissions to the legal directories (whether as an applicant or referee) to help drive more balanced rankings. 

We will also facilitate an interactive and practical session where we help you hone your elevator pitch, refine your bio, consider how to approach directory entries, speaking opportunities and awards submissions. 

We are also delighted to be joined by a photographer, who will be available (free of charge) at the session to make sure that you have that professional headshot (or improve the one you currently have!) 

Please join us to consider what you can do to raise your profile and help drive change in the sector. 

Attendance at this meeting is free of charge and is open to all, including our SCL male allies. 


Administration notes:

Attendance at this meeting is free of charge and open to all.

Bookings: Please email hello@scl.org to book a place. Please note: you cannot book this event online.

Non-members wishing to join the Society are entitled to membership of the Society valid for 12 months from the date of payment including full access to the content of the SCL web site www.scl.org, 6 copies of the SCL magazine "Computers & Law" plus notification of future SCL events. The cost of an annual SCL membership is £140.00. If you have any queries about SCL membership please contact the SCL office on Tel: 0117 904 1242 or Email: hello@scl.org

Free membership for UK students in full-time education
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