Empowered Black women in law

Event Details


Canada | December 03, 2020

Norton Rose Fulbright Canada is pleased to invite you to an intimate discussion with influential Black women in law about their career journeys; how they define personal success; reflections on 2020; and the intersection of being Black and a woman in law.

This session is part of our ongoing Women in Norton Rose Fulbright (WiN) series to create opportunities for storytelling and to build women's self-belief, motivation and confidence by showing them what they can be capable of in their careers.

Women in Norton Rose Fulbright 

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The WiN Network is our national employee resource group that supports the firm’s goals to engage, retain and advance women.


Our newest employee network, Origins, supports the firm in employing individuals from racialized backgrounds, further develops a culture that values diversity, and promotes the understanding of racial bias and systemic racism.



  • Denise Dwyer, Assistant Deputy Minister, Indigenous Education and Well-Being Division, Ministry of Education 
  • Donna Young, Dean and Professor of Law, Ryerson University
  • Sandra Rosier, Global Head of Tax, BentallGreenOak 

This is a 60 minute webinar and its delivery is available in English only.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits

cpd banner for British Columbia This program contains 1 hour of content, which may be claimed towards the Law Society of British Columbia general hours CPD requirement.
CPD banner for Ontario This program contains 1 hour of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Professionalism content.
Quebec cpd banner This program contains 1 hour of content. If you watch the webinar in its entirety, you will be able to download your certificate of attendance that may be submitted to your professional order.