A webinar presented by the IBA Women Lawyers’ Interest Group, supported by the IBA African Regional Forum
The unprecedented Covid-19 lockdowns across the world have driven lawyers to their homes, reducing regular contact and interaction with colleagues, current and potential clients. For many women lawyers, remote learning and disruption of conferences and other networking opportunities have also come with home-schooling and additional domestic responsibilities, thus limiting the ability and time to build and nurture networks.
The IBA Women Lawyers’ Interest Group and the IBA African Regional Forum are bringing together members to share insights on how to be innovative and creative in developing and building your network during the Covid-19 crisis.
In this special webinar, our speakers will share experiences on how best to strengthen our firms and build our profiles even as many of us continue to work remotely.
- Patricia Menendez Cambo SoftBank, Miami, Florida; Chair, IBA Women Lawyers’ Interest Group
- Isabel Bueno Mattos Filho, Sao Paulo; Advisory Board Member, IBA Women Lawyers’ Interest Group
- Isioma Idigbe Punuka Attorneys, Lagos; Conference Coordinator and Conference Quality Officer, IBA African Regional Forum
- Inosi M Nyatta Sullivan & Cromwell, New York; North American Regional Forum Liaison Officer, IBA Women Lawyers’ Interest Group
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Session recordings, where applicable, will be available to all registered delegates; registration fees are non-refundable. Please note registration will close one hour prior to the event.
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