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NSW Branch - Diversity Series Event 3 - From Bamboo to Uluru - Foreign Qualified Lawyers and the Journey

  • 13 Aug 2019
  • 5:18 PM - 8:30 PM (UTC+10:00)
  • Baker & McKenzie, Level 46, Tower One, International Towers, 100 Barangaroo Avenue, Sydney

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The NSW Branch of the AALA is pleased to host its third Diversity Series event at its corporate partner, Baker & McKenzie. Please also refer to the attached flyer for further details.

AALA, in conjunction with Baker McKenzie, has gathered a unique panel of speakers, most of whom share one unique characteristic - they have all qualified or studied in another legal jurisdiction before arriving in Australia and achieving their professional and career goals in the law. This series event is designed to help practitioners who were raised in a different countries and jurisdictions and who may have qualified as a lawyer in another country to understand the advantages and challenges that come with having dual qualifications, and how employers may be able to benefit from their experiences.

The event will be moderated by Kripi Bhatt, Legal Counsel at BGIS, who is also qualified in India. The panel includes a diverse and accomplished set of practitioners, being:

  • Gillian Woon, Special Counsel, Baker McKenzie, also qualfiied in Singapore
  • Mahrukh Batliwalla, former Solicitor and Advocate and past Vice President, Women Lawyers’ Association of NSW, also qualified in India
  • Jason Elias, Director of Elias Recruitment
  • Uche Okreke-Fisher, barrister at State Chambers, educated in Nigeria and England before qualifying in Australia

Please register at the following link as there are limited places available: NSW Branch - Diversity Series Event 3 - From Bamboo to Uluru - Foreign Qualified Lawyers and the Journey

Catering will be provided.

NSW Branch has partnered with its major law firm sponsors with events on the following days:

  • 5 June 2019 - William Lee Address with Race Discrimination Commissioner Chin Tan, King and Wood Mallesons
  • 17 July 2019 - Workshop - Students of Law and Inclusiveness, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
  • 13 August 2019 - Panel - From Bamboo to Uluru: Foreign Qualified Lawyers and the Journey, Baker & McKenzie
  • 17 September 2019 - Breakfast Panel - Women in Law, Lean In, Clayton Utz
  • 31 October 2019 - Series Reflection and Industry Panel - D&I: Next Steps? Herbert Smith Freehills

Members may attend these events for free, and will be notified of further CLE events throughout the year. Attendees should join AALA at Join the AALA

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