In the week of International Women’s Day, the Rosie Conversation returns to the theme of the achievements of women in the law. As the UK marks the centenary of women first receiving the vote, the panel will discuss whether and why diversity matters, the experiences of women on the bench, how they got there, and the options now available to women (particularly women solicitors) who are interested in contributing in a judicial role.
Co-sponsored by Bristows and WlLL, the event is open to anyone with an interest in issues of access and diversity.
• Alexandra Marks CBE, Recorder, authorised Deputy High Court Judge, former member Judicial Appointments Commission (moderator)
• Her Honour Judge Melissa Clarke, Senior Circuit Judge, authorised Deputy High Court Judge
• Her Honour Judge Anne Molyneux MBE, Circuit Judge at the Central Criminal Court
• Professor Erika Rackley, Lecturer and co-author of the Feminist Judgments
Drinks and canapés to follow from 8:30pm.
To register, please click here.