Mentorship and Career Growth Opportunities in Law

Register: bit.ly/2H538tx Facebook live: https://www.facebook.com/africanwomeninlaw/live/ Complete our survey: https://forms.gle/AxnWowM5uZUFi3zN9 On October 24th, 2020 (10am US/EST/ 2pm WAT/ 3pm CAT/5pm EAT) the Institute for African Women in Law and Diverse Law present a webinar on Mentorship and Career Growth Opportunities in Law. The webinar will be an interactive forum where legal experts provide insights from their personal experiences navigating their respective professional trajectories. The panelists will be answering a series of questions and discussing issues, such as navigating different career paths, challenges that young professionals in law may face, mentorship programs that motivate law students and early career lawyers to explore a variety of career options. The discussion will be moderated by Ms. Adejoké Babington-Ashaye, a Senior Counsel at the World Bank. The panelists include; Mrs. Funke Agbor, SAN currently a partner in the shipping and Litigation Group of ASAC-LAW, Nigeria, with more than thirty years of legal experience. Ms. Linda Kasonde, a lawyer and civil rights activist, who is the founder and Executive Director of Chapter One Foundation, a foundation that promotes and protects human rights, human rights defenders, constitutionalism, the rule of law, and social justice in Zambia. Judge Monica Mugenyi, a judge of the Ugandan Court of Appeal and Presiding Judge at the East African Court of Justice. Dr. Pierre Sob, the founder and Director of Horizon Consulting International as well as the President of Africa 21, with more than twenty years of experience as a senior official in the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva. **Spaces are limited. Be sure to register for the webinar prior to October 24th, the registration link can be found by copying and pasting this link in your browser: bit.ly/2H538tx **Spaces are limited! You may join us on Facebook live at: https://www.facebook.com/africanwomeninlaw/live/

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