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We are delighted to be sponsoring this virtual summit, taking place on 10-11 March 2021.

WIPL continues to be the premier global forum for unprecedented exchange with hundreds of the most powerful women in law. Designed to support female in-house counsel progress and thrive in their careers as well as inspire the next generation. This year's event has been curated to provide a fully supportive and immersive experience - while also delivering more education, more networking and more insights all from the comfort of your home or office!

Complimentary registration is offered for in-house counsel.

Secure your place here.

The opening Keynote is Lorraine Heggessey, CEO of The Royal Foundation of the Dukes and Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex.

Lorraine was the first female controller of BBC1,was a former CEO of TalkbackThames and most recently became CEO of The Royal Foundation of the Dukes and Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex.

Lorraine's varied career has meant she is no stranger to  controversy - known as the woman who sacked Blue Peter presenter Richard Bacon for taking cocaine, turned the tables on reporter Roger Cook by door stepping him for a Channel 4 Documentary and secured the first ever television interview with notorious villain Mad Frankie Fraser for a series on the history of crime in Britain.

Lorraine is a trail-blazing business leader who has driven success and transformation in the public, private and third sector. A Fellow of the Royal Television Society and external adviser to Channel 4's Growth Fund, she is an inspirational speaker that shows how women can succeed in business.  

Explore the 2021 Programme

From building an optimal global team and developing resilience during uncertain times to identifying opportunities for personal and professional growth, WIPL UK has curated an agenda for women in law who are looking to grow their careers, expand their networks and be the driving force for positive change in the industry.

View the full agenda.

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