WebinarGlobal | September 15, 2021
Watch an inspiring conversation with The Honourable Jean Augustine and get to know the woman beyond the biography.
Among her immeasurable acts of service, we know her for making history as the first African-Canadian woman elected to the House of Commons, securing unanimous support for the designation of Black History Month in Canada, and acting as the first-ever Fairness Commissioner for Ontario.
This session is part of our ongoing series hosted by two of our employee resource groups and aims to create opportunities for storytelling and to build women's self-belief, motivation and confidence by showcasing what they can achieve in their careers.
Women in Norton Rose Fulbright
The WiN Network is our national employee resource group that supports the firm’s goals to engage, retain and advance women.
Our 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.
- The Honourable Jean Augustine, P.C., C.M., O.Ont., C.B.E.
- Arlene Taylor, Legal Assistant, Norton Rose Fulbright
- A. Sasha Mandy, Lawyer, Patent Agent, Norton Rose Fulbright
This is a 60 minute webinar available only in English.
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits
|This program contains 1 hour of Practice Management content, which may be claimed towards the Law Society of British Columbia CPD requirement.|
|This program contains 1 hour of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Professionalism content.|