IWLA Book Club February 2021 This month’s book recommendation from IWLA is ‘Invisible Women’ by Caroline Criado Perez. Caroline Criado Perez is a writer, broadcaster and award-winning feminist campaigner. Her most notable campaigns have included...
29 APRIL 2021 EXECUTIVE COACHING SESSION WITH KATIE DA GAMA – EXECUTIVE COACH AND LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT Katie has 20 years’ experience as a legal professional (both Barrister and Solicitor) and was the Managing Partner of the Dublin office of...
The IWLA Book Club recommendation for January is the Confidence Code https://theconfidencecode.com/ as recommended by an IWLA guest speaker and our junior members sub-committee, enjoy! !https://theconfidencecode.com/
Continuing our Thursday series of webinars, Johanna Fullerton, will address IWLA members on the topic of Maternity Coaching. Johanna is a Business Psychologist and the founder & MD of SEVEN, Psychology at Work. Johanna has over 25 years experience consulting...
In 2019 Irish Women Lawyers Association formed a sub-group to deal with issues in relation to Art.41.2. Thus far we have commissioned research, published academic articles, contributed submissions to the Citizens Assembly and run a number of educational seminars on...
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