Lawyers to discuss diversity at seminar

Lawyers Olamide Kowalik and Tilé Imo will present for the James Cook University Law Seminar Series.

Two lawyers will talk diversity for James Cook University’s (JCU) Law Seminar Series on Monday.

Caxton Legal Centre Associate Director Tilé Imo and Revolution Law Special Counsel (Personal Injury) Olamide Kowalik will present A Legal Lens on Diversity to kick off the series’ Trimester 2 offering.

Tilé and Olamide will share key lessons they learned in season one of their Tilé and Olly Meets podcast last year, when the theme was “Lens on Diversity”.

Lawyers, barristers, judges and justice advocates of diverse backgrounds were among their 23 podcast guests, who shared thoughts on diversity, applying lived experience to practice, and helpful resources.

Tilé has 10 years’ practice experience in family, domestic violence and elder law. Olamide has 20 years’ practice experience in personal injury litigation. The two met through their efforts with the Pasifika Lawyers Association of Queensland and the Queensland African Lawyers Network. 

The free one-hour presentation at 10am on 27 May will be held at JCU Townsville, Bebegu Yumba Campus, Douglas, and livestreamed.


Register here. For details of other presentations in the James Cook University Law Seminar Series, visit the website.

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