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Women in Law Breakfast 2019 – A Morning with Victoria Legal Services Board CEO Fiona McLeay

May 16, 2019 @ 7:30 am - 9:00 am

Attention: all female lawyers, legal assistants, paralegals, court staff, social workers, mediators, health professionals, child protection workers, community workers, journalists, politicians, law clerks, law students, and anyone connected to the legal profession on the Border…
Get in quick to book your seat for the 11th annual Women in Law Breakfast.We are privileged to have Victoria Legal Services Board CEO Fiona McLeay, as our keynote speaker. We look forward to hearing about her amazing career, including her time as the former CEO of the access to justice organisation, Justice Connect, work as Special Counsel at Clayton Utz, and one of her current roles as the Director and Board Chair of Health Justice Australia.

Once again, we’ll be blessed with Gaye Pattison, Chief of Staff at ABC Goulburn Murray, in the role of MC.

Mantra Hotel Albury is providing a delightful breakfast, with tea/coffee for $30. Breakfast is an alternate drop:

Eggs Benedict with ham
OR The Big Breakfast (bacon, egg, tomato, hashbrown)
(Please advise if you have any dietary requirements so we can look after your needs.)

Registration is 7:30am for a 7:45am start.

We hope to see you there to welcome Fiona and hear her entertaining and informative talk.

Please RSVP by Thursday 9 May 2019 by registering at Eventbrite on the link below.

For more information, please contact Simon Crase on or 0488 792 366.

Please note: bookings are limited so get in quick to avoid disappointment!

Brought to you by Hume Riverina Community Legal Service, the North East Law Association and Albury and District Law Society


May 16, 2019
7:30 am - 9:00 am
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Simon Crase
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