AWL Mentoring Circles Program 2019

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  • AWL Mentoring Circles
    April 17, 2019
    5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

AWL is excited to continue its Mentoring Circles Program in 2019. The Mentoring Circles Program continues to be available to women lawyers in Calgary of all years of call and practice status. Participants may be practicing, non-practicing, or retired members of the Law Society of Alberta. AWL believes mentoring relationships are an important way for women lawyers to provide and receive support to and from other women in the profession to enhance their own careers and personal and professional lives. Lawyers who wish to establish a 1 to 1 mentoring relationship with someone they connect with at the Mentoring Circles Program are encouraged to do so.


Use the tickets options to register and pay for each session individually as the events are released.

Dates & Topics

April 17 – “Thinking Like an Owner” This panel discussion will explore the importance of taking control of you career and the role that shifting your mentality beyond simply thinking like an employee plays.

Laura Estep, Partner, Dentons

Sarah King, Legal Counsel, ENMAX

Jodi Marshall, Legal Counsel, AESO


*The February 27 Mentoring Circles is postponed due to scheduling issues. Stay tuned for updates on the rescheduled sessions and future sessions.

February 27 – “Candid Conversations”. This round table / speed networking event is intended to provide an opportunity for women lawyers to casually ask questions and advice from the following distinguished female members of the bar:

Lillian Pan, Partner, Dentons

Susan Pepper, Assistant Chief Crown Prosecutor, Alberta Crown Prosecutions Service

Loni Da Costa, Partner, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP


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