InspiraLAw Speaks

2019-03-28 00:00
Allen & Overy • Calle Serrano, 73 - Calle Serrano, 73
Madrid, Spain

Diversity: sparking change in the legal sector

Thursday, March 28 • 9.00h - 12.00h • Allen & Overy office • Calle Serrano, 73

We are pleased to invite you to InspiraLAw Speaks where we engage in conversation, share best practices and learn from each other. 

This event will feature leading women in the sector including in house lawyers, compliance officers as well as partners and associates who will share their views on Talent, Diversity, Leadership and Client Relationships.

Speakers will IGNITE a topic and SPARK conversation


- How can law firms attract and retain both junior and senior female talent?
- What is diversity and how does it help in the attraction and management of talent?
- What skills are needed to build and maintain a successful career both in house and in a law firm? 

- What is the new era of developmental leadership? 
- How to implement new leadership styles in a traditional sector?
- How can Managing Partners influence corporate culture?
- How to motivate female lawyers to  have long term ambition?

- What is diversity and how does it affect a legal career? 
- How do law firms ensure the equality of professional development?
- Is there a “glass ceiling” for women lawyers in law firms? 

- Do women face challenges when it comes to building clients relationships (ie boys club)?
- What are the key techniques to develop a good client network?
- What are clients looking for from their external lawyers?

Space is limited. The discussion will be in Spanish


Book your ticket now

Please note that Iberian Lawyer In-House & Compliance Club members and lawyers from sponsored organisations are invited free of charge.

For single tickets. There is a 5% discount if you book before 22nd March. Include Code EARLYBIRD19

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