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Dear Members & Colleagues

We are delighted to make available Prof Croucher’s speech titled ‘What’s the Secret? and photos from our ‘leadership’ luncheon 4th August. 
 
Unfortunately we didn’t take photos at our previous luncheon with Dominique Hogan-Doran SC 8thJuly (too engaged in the presentation and networking!), however, we did get a photo at the following book launch that evening of ‘The summit of her ambition’ The spirited life of Marie Byles (a very interesting presentation and read of the story of the first woman solicitor to be admitted into practice in NSW), at the historic United Services Club where Catherine Henry was one of the guest speakers.
(L_R: Sher Campbell, Newcastle Law School & WLANSW Newcastle Chapter Committee & Kathryn McKenzie, Executive Office, WLANSW)

Jane Needham SC will be our guest speaker discussing The Importance of Resilience as a Leader on 30th August at a cocktail event at the Newcastle Club, and we have an inspiring panel of speakers on 14thSeptember Women & Wellness @Work: A panel presentation of different approaches to the work-life balance myth, also a cocktail & networking event at the Newcastle Club.
 
Please feel free to pass onto your colleagues and contacts, non-lawyers and males – all are welcome!
 
We look forward to seeing you at an event soon!
 
Kind regards,
WLANSW Newcastle Chapter
Guest speaker: Jane Needham SC
The Importance of Resilience as a Leader

5.30pm for 6-7.30pm Tuesday 30th August 2016 
The Newcastle Club, 40 Newcomen Street, Newcastle 

(please note dress code)
 
Jane Needham SC was called to the Bar in 1990, after studying law part-time at UTS where she graduated with first-class honours. She was appointed senior counsel in 2004, after two years of part-time practice following the birth of her daughter. She then had twins in 2006.

Jane was a Deputy President, and Divisional Head of the Revenue Division, of the ADT from 2008-2011, and is the immediate past President of the NSW Bar Association, which role she held from mid-2014 to November 2015.

She was recognised as Lawyer’s Weekly Senior Barrister of the Year in 2013, as one of Australia’s “100 Women of Influence” in 2014, and received the UTS Faculty of Law Alumni Award for Excellence and was the recipient of the “Woman Barrister of the Year” Award at the NSW Women Lawyers Achievement Awards, in 2015.
Jane will share with us her reflections on importance of resilience as a leader, in the context of her experience in leadership roles, and particularly in the context of championing diversity at the NSW Bar. 
 
As President of the NSW Bar Association, she has been committed to goals of diversity, gender equity and recognition of flexible practice within the profession and at the Bar, and has been proud to be part of the Bar’s programs such as the guarantee of CBD childcare spaces, Best Practice Guidelines, and work on equitable briefing.

Members $20.00 Non-Members $35pp Refreshments included.
Please click here for the flyer or book online.
Women & Wellness @Work:
A panel presentation of different approaches to the work-life balance myth

5.30pm for 6-7.30pm Panel Presentation and Q&A, Wednesday 14th September 2016
The Newcastle Club, 40 Newcomen Street, Newcastle (please note dress code)


Guest Speakers:
Lisa Mills, Performance Coach, Speaker & Trainer;
Tarnya Davis, Director & Principal Clinical Psychologist at NewPsych Psychologists; and
Lee Clements, Business Owner & Natural Therapies Expert


 

Are work and life really meant to be in opposition to one another? Is the notion of work-life balance unrealistic for professional working women today? We think so, and want to debunk the myth so you stop feeling guilty and frustrated when you feel like you can’t keep the balancing act up! Join us for a lively discussion as our wellness experts present their unique approaches on the new way to integrate work and life, the issue of workaholics and perfectionists, how to avoid an energy crisis and what three powerful daily habits will boost your energy and performance.

Members $20pp Non-Members $35pp, includes refreshments
Please click here for the flyer with further details and registration form, or book and pay online.

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