To the Tk’emlups te Secwepemc, Cowessess First Nations and to all those who grieve and those who have survived but are forever marked by the residential school scheme, we join you in grief for the hundreds of children found and those not yet returned home. May we honour them with a renewed commitment to reconciliation, truth, empathy, compassion, action and change. In recognition of this commitment, the AWL has made a donation to the Awo Taan Healing Lodge Society whose mission is to protect vulnerable women and children, guided by Native traditional teachings, and to support its vision of nurturing families to live in peace.
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AWL is committed to promoting the advancement, interests, equality and well-being of all women in the legal profession.
Please joins us for the long-awaited third installment in the AWL Allyship Series: “EDI and the Legal Profession: Where are we now?” to be held online on June 27, 2022 at noon. Distinguished panelists include Hasina Juma, Billie Fortier, and Sarah Coderre. https://awlcalgary.ca/events/allyship-panel-series/
The AWL recently hosted its first Racialized Lawyers Dinner at
Chinatown’s Regency Place. We are pleased to introduce a series of informal Meals & Mentors dinners to provide mentorship, support & camaraderie to women lawyers from racialized or marginalized groups. @CgyChinatown
The @AwlCalgary was thrilled to host their Spring networking night at the Cafe Alchemist. It was wonderful to connect with each other again and continue the tradition of networking nights. @CafeAlchemist