Have you experienced or witnessed sexual harassment in the work place? If so, you're not alone
The #MeToo movement has given women a platform to speak out and share their stories of victimisation with studies conducted by the International Bar Association and Human Rights Commission finding that lawyers are not immune to, or innocent of, sexual harassment.
Join us for an in-depth investigation into the prevalence of sexual harassment in the legal profession at our second LSJ Speaker Series. Meet some inspirational guests who share their experiences and advice on dealing with work place sexual harassment and, in a casual setting over breakfast, equip yourself with the knowledge and tools to help put a stop to this scourge on our industry.
- Date: Wednesday, 28 November 2018
- Time: 7.30am - Registration and networking breakfast
8.00am - Welcome and panel discussion
9.00am - Event concludes
- Venue: The Law Society of NSW
170 Phillip Street
- Cost: Members - $55 | Register
Non-Member - $75| Register
Students - $19 | Register
- CPD: 1 Unit
Our guest panel includes:
Georgina Dent, editor at Women’s Agenda and former lawyer who experienced sexual harassment as a clerk.
Josh Bornstein, principal, Employment/Industrial Department and Head of Social Jusice Practice at Maurice Blackburn Lawyers.
Kristine Ziwica, head of NOW Australia, the movement started by Tracey Spicer as Australia’s answer to #MeToo.
Panel moderated by: Kate Allman, LSJ journalist and online editor.