Monthly Archives: October 2014

Congratulations, Elizabeth Broderick, on being Australia’s overall ‘Woman of Influence’ for 2014.

One of Australia’s most high profile lawyers, Sex Discrimination Commissioner Elizabeth Broderick, has been acknowledged for her leadership in 2014 as the overall ‘Woman  of Influence’ at the The Australian Financial Review and Westpac 100 Women of Influence Awards. Westpac chief executive Gail Kelly commended Broderick for her far-reaching work as Australia’s Sex Discrimination Commissioner. “Her dedication to […]

Trailblazing Women Lawyers at the Australian Women Lawyers 2014 national conference

Chief Investigator, Professor Kim Rubenstein and TBWL Researcher/Coordinator Dr Nikki Henningham both participated in the Australian Women Lawyer’s Biennial conference held in Adelaide (3 -5 October 2014.)  Nikki was present on the Friday/Saturday and  met and talked with many of the attendees, and Kim attended on the Sunday and presented on the progress of the TBWL project.  They […]

Female trailblazers shy away from the spotlight

Professor Kim Rubenstein,  Director of the Centre for International and Public Law and an ANU public policy fellow, Professor Kim Rubenstein, will talk at the Australian Women Lawyers National Conference (3-5 October) about the Trailblazing Women in the Law Project. Having conducted several interviews with women who have had major impact in the Australian legal landscape, Professor Rubenstein […]