AAWL

The Association of Asian Women Lawyers (“AAWL”) was set up in 2001. Membership spans from Judges, QC’s, Barristers, Solicitors, Legal Executives to Trainees, Pupils and University Students. AAWL is a non profit making organisation.

AAWL

Membership is open to anyone in the legal profession or those with an interest in pursuing our aim of promoting Asian women in the law.

Aims and Objectives

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to promote equality and diversity in the legal profession

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to encourage new entrants into the legal profession drawn from all social backgrounds

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to offer advice, guidance and assistance to those wishing to embark upon a legal career and/or to further their legal career through a mentoring scheme

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to hold regular seminars and social functions to facilitate opportunities to network and draw upon the knowledge of experienced practitioners, Judge’s and QC’s

Your AAWL membership includes:

Advance notice and invitation to all our events

the chance to undertake pro bono work with our linked voluntary organisations

the chance to benefit from our mentoring scheme

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being able to assist with the work of the AAWL committee

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access to our legal news and discussions

Thinking of returning to law after a year or longer? Would you like a professionally-paid 6-month placement? We have partnered with @womenreturners & 20 legal employers. Take a look at our programme for women and men. Deadline extended to 2 December
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We Need Your Satisfied Clients To Promote The Profession. Our campaign promotes the profession to consumers, businesses and managers, raising its profile and endorsing the use of solicitors above other sources of legal advice. Get in touch by Sunday 2 Dec https://t.co/lNzxQQ7zgy

Lord Gadhia’s advice is to prepare for the unexpected, acknowledge that change happens and be ready to make the most of the opportunities available post-Brexit @TheLawSociety @SocAsianLawyers @Hindu_Lawyers

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