Talking Law: A Women in the Law UK Book

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Talking Law: A Women in the Law UK Book

My book ‘Talking Law: A Women in the Law UK’ is out now – It’s here in time for happy #iwd2020 all proceeds to charity ‘be inspired’.

See a cross section of women and men in the law  #talkinglaw celebrates 100 years of women in the law in the uk #eachforequal #learning #education. The interviews are brilliant and inspiring for entrants in the law and those practicing in the law.

 

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Authored by award-winning barrister, speaker and broadcaster Sally Penni, “Talking Law” is a celebration of women – and men – working in the legal sector whose dedication continues to be instrumental in upholding the spirit of Sex Discrimination Removal Act 1919, the defining legislation that allowed women finally to practice law.   Book Launch in Leeds During April   The book – due to launch in Leeds and Manchester during April  – chronicles the challenges that continue to exist for women practicing law, as well as showcasing those – such as Jodie Hill, MD of Leeds-based Thrive Law – to watch in the future.   The featured interviews offer advice on wellbeing and mental health for those considering entering the law as well as those init.

 

Book Launch in Leeds During April

The book – due to launch in Leeds and Manchester during April  – chronicles the challenges that continue to exist for women practicing law, as well as showcasing those – such as Jodie Hill, MD of Leeds-based Thrive Law – to watch in the future.

The featured interviews offer advice on wellbeing and mental health for those considering entering the law as well as those already practicing.

“I was honoured to be approached by Sally both to help launch and to feature in the book, and am genuinely delighted to contribute my thoughts on inspiring future women lawyers to enter the profession,” states Jodie.

Sally’s book features forewords from Dr Helen Pankhurst the great grand daughter of Emmeline Pankhurst, as well as from Sam Smethers, CEO of the Fawcett Society. All proceeds from Sally’s book will go to charity.

By |2020-03-26T12:09:57+00:00March 16th, 2020|Books, News|0 Comments
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