Lifting the Bar — 2023 NSW Edition
Lifting the Bar 2023 NSW features barristers across all areas of practice and sectors, both junior and senior counsel.
As legal practitioners, we are all responsible for doing what we can to promote and achieve equitable practices. One of the areas that requires greater commitment from all firms and our clients is the advancement and retention of female counsel.
At Maddocks we are eager to help raise the profile of female counsel and build a stronger platform for diversity and inclusion, which is why we are pleased to launch the second edition of our equitable briefing publication Lifting the Bar NSW.
This edition of Lifting the Bar features barristers across all areas of practice and sectors, both junior and senior counsel. We have also included a separate chapter to profile new entrants to the bar - female readers.
We know that this publication will mean that when it is time to prepare that short list of female counsel for a matter or when you are providing instructions on who to brief, you will have a list of talented, well qualified female counsel at hand.
To support equitable briefing in the legal profession, we encourage you to share the link to Lifting the Bar and use the hashtag #LiftingtheBar and #EquitableBriefing.
We would like to once again thank the barristers who took the time out of their busy days to be involved in our Lifting the Bar NSW publication. We have learned so much from their generous contributions.
We hope you enjoy this edition of Lifting the Bar.
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