International Women’s Day - Insights Into Law
To celebrate International Women's Day, the School of Law is holding a series of talks with women from across the legal sector, discussing their journeys through the industry.
2pm - Haydn Davies Head of Law School
2.10pm - Lorna Findlay: Regional Employment Judge for West Midlands on her journey into the Legal Profession
2.40pm - Yolanda Pemberton: Barrister: St Phillips Chambers on A snapshot of her Career at the Bar and how to succeed at the Bar as a black BAME female
3pm - Karen Bailey: Solicitor: Bailey Wright & Co Solicitors on The role of a family solicitor in legal proceedings
3.20pm - Deputy Chief Crown Prosecutor, Suzanne Llewelly: CPS on the Journey of to become a CPS prosecutor and the skills required.
3.40pm - Oluwakemi Obeyalu: Solicitor: Goshen Solicitors on The lawyer skills required to represent Immigrant and Asylum clients
4pm - Zara Nadia Din: Solicitor at K & L Gates Solicitors on The journey of a law student into corporate law
4.20pm - Q & A to panel of speakers
5pm - Close