Queensland Law Society Future Leaders Committee (QLS FLC) members were guests of honour at the Women Lawyers Association of Queensland (WLAQ) October Breakfast Club gathering in Brisbane yesterday.
WLAQ joined forces with the University of Queensland Women’s Network to present this month’s event at Sage on Ann café, where QLS FLC President Sarah Plasto said her committee was able to focus on connection within the profession and strengthening its partnerships with other organisations across the state.
“We are committed to fostering collegiality and enhanced relationships, which are a central part of an early career lawyer’s journey,” Sarah said.
“It was wonderful to be invited to join WLAQ and the University of Queensland Women’s Network this morning, as well as for the FLC committee to come together in person.
“Personally, a sense of belonging, connection and mentorship has always been a driver for me in joining the FLC and something I have taken into my presidency.
“WLAQ embody these values in their work and events, and it was a lovely opportunity to share coffee, reconnect with old friends and forge new friendships.”
Women Lawyers Association of Queensland Breakfast Club, with University of Queensland Women’s Network
Thursday, 26 October
Sage on Ann, Brisbane City
Special guests: Queensland Law Society Future Leaders Committee