Networking 18 September 2019 He held the first meeting of WLW I Women in a Legal World in Valencia. Organized by the Attorney Laura Oliver, He gathered thirteen professional women the legal sector interests and concerns common to the community WLW.
accompanied by Marlen Estévez to Sonia Gumpert, president and vice president of Women in a Legal World, the group talked and discussed the various challenges facing the legal sector related to the figure of the woman and visibility.
Laura Oliver: “Yesterday we celebrated our first presentation in Valencia. It is impossible to be more proud of the great professionals that we gather around the table.”
Among other, They attended the event: Teresa Gisbert, chief prosecutor of the Court Superior of Justice of Valencia (TSJCV), Help Borja, Dean of the Bar Association of Valencia (ICAV), Angela Coquillat, Deputy Dean of the ICAV, Eva Blasco president of the Association of Businesswomen and Professionals of Valencia (Evap), Elizabeth Tordesillas, partner of Uría or lettered Carmen Romero, Carmen Chinillac and Begoña Sola.
Oliver adds that: “Since my beginning in the WLW association, in my capacity as president of the Equality Commission of the CGPE, I knew I had great Valencian professionals who fit beautifully in the project. Yesterday was evident in a fantastic meal in which our president Marlen Estevez transmitted completely deluding our project to all attendees . Thank you for your work and for joining us Marlen in yesterday. There are undoubtedly many strong and professional women throughout our country who will help us with their work to have a visibility and a presence that we undoubtedly deserve.”
Barcelona, Valencia, Sevilla…
Networking 22 May was presented in Barcelona WLW as continuity to the principle upon which the Association was born almost a year ago: Create a network of cooperation in the legal sector to increase the presence of women in media management, committees, institutions, boards, university, offices, companies and associations.
The goal is to build network structure the work and implement existing projects that have been launched: mentoring, Councilors manifest in the Councils, Observatory equality policies…, to give greater visibility to women in the legal sector.
In a short time, it will be the turn of Sevilla, which already it is also forming a women's network.