The UK Association of Women Judges (UKAWJ) Annual Conference is being held on Thursday 8 November (conference dinner) and Friday 9 November 2018 at the Malmaison Hotel, Liverpool: 7 William Jessop Way, Liverpool L3 1QZ.
The UKAWJ has adopted the theme of 'Migration, Slavery and the law' for its events over the next 2 years, which will allow for consideration of issues of a broad range of subjects across many jurisdictions both national and international.
As 2018 is the 100th year since women's partial suffrage, this year's conference is also an opportunity to reflect on this momentous anniversary in a city in which the suffrage movement had strong roots.
The deadline for confirming numbers with the hotel is 25 October, so any Members who wish to attend but have not yet booked are invited to do so quickly to secure their place on what will be a very interesting and thought-provoking conference!
Members of the UKAWJ are judges sitting in a wide range of courts and tribunals, at all levels and from all over the UK. Membership is open to both full time salaried and part time or fee paid judges who support our aims and objectives.
The conference on Friday, 9 November is classified as Official Business for paid-up members of the UKAWJ. Attendance is also open to members of the Association of Women Barristers and the Association of Women Solicitors.
The event has been kindly sponsored by the Northern Circuit, Hart Publishing and Exchange Chambers.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, booking details and membership application forms.