What will it take to continue advancing women in law over the next 100 years?
In 2018 we reached 100 years of women practising law across the majority of Australian states. While the legal industry has seen significant change and movement during this time, there are still opportunities to innovate and challenge traditional thinking. This journey continues as we look to the future from year 101.
In recognition of this, McCullough Robertson created Year 101: Women in Law.
Year 101: Women in Law is a forward-focused conversation exploring the challenges, opportunities and vision for the next 100 years, and what it will take to continue progressing women within the law.
To celebrate the impact and influence of women in the legal industry we’re profiling 101 women who are leading the way in our #celebratingwomeninlaw campaign.
Please click here to hear more from some inspirational women in the profession.
In 2019, McCullough Robertson was recognised as the Lawyers Weekly Diversity Law Firm of the Year.
This award in part was due to our ongoing Year 101 campaign, as well as our considerable efforts to encourage greater diversity in the workplace and provide an environment for our employees that enables our teams to bring their whole self to work every day.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED?
If you would like to take part in our #celebratingwomeninlaw campaign, or would like to nominate a female who has had an impact on your legal career (from academics to fellow students; former colleagues to current role models).
To do so, please click on the button below to send through your nomination.
We will get in touch with your nominees to answer four simple questions and send in a photograph.
We’d love to hear from you.