From Aspirations to Action: Pathways to Achieving a Diverse and Inclusive Legal Profession
About Our Event
The ideal environment for legal professionals is one that provides all participants with equal pathways to success, regardless of their gender, family status, ethnicity or sexuality.
Achieving genuine diversity and inclusion (D&I) outcomes requires buy-in from all members of the legal profession, including clients. Ongoing dialogue and debate is needed to shape a more inclusive future for all New Zealand lawyers.
- Links between wellbeing, gender equality and commercial success
- Managing client and staff expectations: what can we do better?
- The New Zealand legal profession in an ongoing COVID-19 environment
But beyond words and aspirations, the onus is on legal leaders to drive positive outcomes. Thomson Reuters, in collaboration with the Change Makers New Zealand Advisory Board, is hosting a launch event to explore the role of legal leaders as D&I change agents.
Key topics to be explored include:
Keynote speakers and discussion panel members to be announced shortly.
About Thomson Reuters Change Makers
Thomson Reuters Change Makers brings together key business leaders with the express purpose of galvanising individuals to make concrete personal commitments and take action to improve the gender balance at the top of our organisations. Change Makers focuses less on the business case for gender diversity and more on what we can do to achieve that diversity.
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