High-profile MC named for Women in Law Awards

By Emma Ryan|10 October 2017

Lawyers Weekly is pleased to announce that a well-renowned social commentator has been locked in as MC for this year’s Women in Law Awards.

Novelist, lecturer, mentor, social commentator, columnist, workshop facilitator, speaker, broadcaster and award-winning advertising writer Jane Caro has been revealed as the MC for this year’s annual event.

Ms Caro is a well-known and acclaimed personality on Australian television and radio, regularly appearing on ABC’s Q&A and The Gruen Transfer, Sunrise, The Project, The Drum and Playbox.

Throughout her career, Ms Caro has scooped up many national and international advertising awards, including Cannes, AWARD, London International, ATV, Asia Pacific, One Show, Mobius, Kinsale and Caxton.


If that’s not enough, she is the only woman to have been chair of judges of AWARD (Australasian Writers and Art Directions Association) and both the Adelaide and Brisbane Art Directors Award.

Known for being a woman who speaks her mind, Ms Caro is sure to keep the crowd entertained and provide a barrel of laughs for this year’s Women in Law attendees.

The annual Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards gives recognition to female legal professionals who demonstrate a passion for the law and dedication to personal advancement.

Finalists for 20 coveted categories were announced last month, with the winners of the evening set to represent top achievers from right across the profession – from the most senior ranks to the stars of tomorrow.

With just over a week until the event, there are limited tickets available.


To secure your spot, click here.

To learn more about the event, click here.

Pictured: Jane Caro.

High-profile MC named for Women in Law Awards
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