Lea Linster (pictured centre), who studied law before becoming the first and only woman to ever win the Bocus d’Or award, attended Tuesday’s launch
Photo: Allen & Overy
Women working in legal professions have a new network thanks to the creation of a new association.
“Ladies in Law Luxembourg Association” (Lilla) was launched on Tuesday by law firm Allen & Overy to bring together women from the legal sector together.
“We are opening Lilla not only to all women lawyers in Luxembourg but also to all those who practice as a lawyers without bar qualification, who work in human resources and roles which support all functions related to the legal sector in Luxembourg who wish to bring forward a common project,” senior associate at Allen & Overy and president of the association Marine Tarditi said.
Lilla is the first organisation of its kind in Luxembourg and is built on the founding principles of exchange, creating a professional network and rising together.
In future, the organisation plans to host events, workshops and seminars as part of its mission.
Renowned Luxembourg chef Lea Linster (pictured centre), who studied law before becoming the first and only woman to ever win the Bocus d’Or award, attended Tuesday’s launch.