Twitter | Search | |
Irish Women Lawyers
Vision Statement: To be, by 2021, the foremost public voice on behalf of women lawyers in Ireland and on topical areas of law relevant to women in Ireland.
2,065
Tweets
1,168
Following
2,975
Followers
Tweets
Irish Women Lawyers 8h
Aspiring lawyers, join IWLA member & founder Tarisai May Chidawanyika today to hear more on careers in law thanks to host
Reply Retweet Like
Irish Women Lawyers retweeted
Irish Legal News 10h
Women lawyers challenge plans to seal mother and baby homes records
Reply Retweet Like
Irish Women Lawyers retweeted
Dr Mary McAuliffe 😷 22h
Dr Maeve O'Rourke: Here's a full analysis of the problems with the Government's Mother and Baby Homes Bill (via )
Reply Retweet Like
Irish Women Lawyers 8h
Head of IWLA Junior members Sub-Committee Sylvia Julius & IWLA member & founder Tarisai May Chidawanyika co-host this welcome session with today, open to all aspiring lawyers.
Reply Retweet Like
Irish Women Lawyers 8h
Essential access to justice being maintained at a difficult time by . This topic was reviewed by Maeve Fenton BL, runner up in the IWLA Covid-19 Article competition recently
Reply Retweet Like
Irish Women Lawyers retweeted
= Next 100 Years 23h
We were delighted to hear from Funke Abimbola in a Q&A hosted by Liz Laybourn, Head of (Funke's former school!) Topics ranged from representation at the top of the legal world to advice for aspiring young lawyers - thank you to everyone for joining!
Reply Retweet Like
Irish Women Lawyers retweeted
Womenscouncilireland Oct 21
Dr Maeve O'Rourke: Here's a full analysis of the problems with the Government's Mother and Baby Homes Bill
Reply Retweet Like
Irish Women Lawyers retweeted
= Next 100 Years Oct 21
We look forward to seeing you all this evening for a film premiere on our Youtube page followed by a live Q&A with Funke Abimbola MBE 🙌 Register below!
Reply Retweet Like
Irish Women Lawyers retweeted
Women for Election Oct 21
Ever thought about getting involved in politics? Looking to develop the skills needed to kick start your political journey? Join our INSPIRE campaign school and be the change you want to see. More info here:
Reply Retweet Like
Irish Women Lawyers Oct 21
Reply Retweet Like
Irish Women Lawyers retweeted
womensinspireIE Oct 21
Welcome to , Founding Partner of Douglas Law Solicitors LLP, with 'Protect your Business so you can Lead with Confidence'
Reply Retweet Like
Irish Women Lawyers Oct 21
Congratulations to irish woman lawyer Trainee Solicitor and journalist on her nomination for the Young Journalist of the Year Award.
Reply Retweet Like
Irish Women Lawyers Oct 21
Replying to @iwla_ie
Reply Retweet Like
Irish Women Lawyers retweeted
Aitheantas - Adoptee Identity Rights Oct 21
Thank you - we too want the information to go to those directly affected, not further removed or in an archive on which there has been very limited consultation.
Reply Retweet Like
Irish Women Lawyers Oct 21
Replying to @iwla_ie
Reply Retweet Like
Irish Women Lawyers Oct 21
Replying to @NWCI
And now the roundtable discussion of Women & Racism webinar is in full flow
Reply Retweet Like
Irish Women Lawyers retweeted
Council of Europe HELP Programme Oct 21
| Capacity of lawyers in the field of child-friendly justice increased through the course launched in the framework of the joint action "HELP in the ": available for free▶️
Reply Retweet Like
Irish Women Lawyers Oct 21
IWLA is a member organisation of and is honoured to attend the NWCI hosted Women & Racism Webinar, currently hearing from Oluchi Porter, AkiDwA board member.
Reply Retweet Like
Irish Women Lawyers retweeted
Women for Election Oct 20
It wasn't right. "Women belong in all places where decisions are being made. It shouldn't be that women are the exception." - RBG
Reply Retweet Like
Irish Women Lawyers retweeted
Women for Election Oct 20
Did you know that today is ? Well, here's one stat that might surprise you... Ireland ranks in a disappointing *98th* place globally for the representation of women in national politics We can and must do more to encourage and support to run.
Reply Retweet Like