Women in Law Mentoring Scheme
WHAT IS WILMS?
The Women in Law Mentoring Scheme aims to connect female-identifying and non-binary law students with like-minded individuals in the legal profession, to create ongoing relationships and develop professional networks. The program aims for these relationships to form the foundation of a support network and a non-judgmental space within which students can seek advice, inspiration, and encouragement from women with lived experience as legal professionals.
Furthermore, WILMS aims to engage male-identifying students in the conversation about inequality and women’s issues both in the legal profession and society at large, whilst preserving the integrity of the women’s only space within the formal mentoring programme.
In 2018, WILMS will facilitate events to connect students and their mentors, provide opportunities for women to network with each other, engage in charitable giving, and provoke open conversation about the challenges facing women in law.
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Director Brianna Harcus can be contacted at email@example.com. We will aim to reply to your messages within two business days.
WILMS would not be possible without support from our generous sponsors.