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CDAS Women's Roundtable

CDAS would like to provide an opportunity to discuss issues specifically affecting female defence counsel. After numerous casual conversations with new female counsel about a variety of issues, it seems that getting people together to share experiences might be appreciated and would be of some use. To this end, we have reserved the boardroom in the Courthouse Library on Thursday, November 23rd from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Appetizers will be provided. If people want to get together for dinner afterwards, let me know that too and I will try to make some arrangements.

RSVP: tlevy@allard.ubc.ca

Thanks everyone and I look forward to seeing you.

Tamara Levy

Barrister and Solicitor

Director, UBC Innocence Project

tlevy@law.ubc.ca


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