The Boutique Lawyer Show: Running an all-female firm in the regions

25 July 2022 By Robyn Tongol

Since she was a little girl, Sally Callander has wanted to be a lawyer. Armed with education and passion for gender equality and women’s roles in law, she has established her own firm in Mudgee, NSW  a move that has endeared her to locals, thanks to her genuine empathy for their concerns and values, together with her advocacy for women.

On this episode of The Boutique Lawyer Show, host Jerome Doraisamy speaks with Sally Callander Law principal solicitor Sally Callander  who is a finalist for Regional/Suburban Lawyer of the Year at the 2022 Australian Law Awards  about her lifelong ambition to become a lawyer, how and why she and her family moved to regional NSW, her background in sociology and gender studies, and what the early days of legal practice in the regions were like.

Ms Callander also details her philosophy on women in the workplace, why she runs an all-female law firm, how the regions are changing, the critical approaches needed in adapting to regional expectations, the challenges she foresees for regional and suburban solicitors, and her plans for expansion into other areas of Australia.



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