Then, now and the future – reflections on how we have progressed since women gained the vote
Thursday 28 February 2019
At Inner Temple
On the eve of International Women’s Day and in the pivotal 100th anniversary year of the first woman to be admitted to an Inn of Court, the Temple Women’s Forum would like to invite you to take part in a conversation about how far women have progressed since first being granted the vote in 1918. The panel will consist of women from law, journalism, politics and the arts.
A conversation with:
Dana Denis-Smith (founder of First 100 Years project, former international journalist and Linklaters lawyer)
Baroness Helena Kennedy QC (barrister, broadcaster and Labour member of the House of Lords)
Dr Maggie Semple OBE FCGI (QC Appointments Panel, Founder of The Experience Corps Ltd and Maggie Semple Ltd)
Suella Braverman MP (Conservative MP for Fareham)
Further speakers to be announced
19:00: Q & A
We are inviting attendees to submit questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets: Free but booking essential
Open to: Members of the four Inns and Solicitors