The Corporate Counsel Show: Lessons from women’s sport for gender issues in law

The Corporate Counsel Show: Lessons from women’s sport for gender issues in law

09 October 2019 By Jerome Doraisamy
Mary Konstantopoulos

For the founder of Ladies who League, being an advocate for the myriad issues faced by women in sport offers a unique perspective on vocational concerns and what more needs to be done to address inequality.

On this episode of The Corporate Counsel Show, host Jerome Doraisamy speaks with nbn regulatory adviser and founder of Ladies who League Mary Konstantopoulos about her legal career, how she came to work in-house, why she started her platform for women in sport and what she has learned from it, including why it is integral for women to find and have purpose. 

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