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HK45 together with Young ArbitralWomen Practitioners is pleased to announce the third session for the "Spill the T" series, an off-the-grid, small group chat series for young practitioners to meet, share personal experiences, ask questions, and engage in frank discussions on diversity-related issues. Each session will be attended by one or two experienced practitioners for advice sharing.


For the third session, we will be chatting (over wine) about parenting – from taking care of a newborn, to raising toddlers and teenagers, and other joy and challenges of parenting while working in the legal profession. Whether you are an expecting or experienced parent, come and share your experiences, questions and concerns, and helpful tips.


This event is open to everyone regardless of gender, although participation will be in-person only and capped at 10 people each time by registration on a first-come first-serve basis. Sign up now to secure your spot and get ready to spill some tea!


*Successful registrants will be notified through HKIAC email.


HK45 is a group for young arbitration practitioners in Hong Kong and beyond formed under the auspices of the HKIAC. Our aims are to promote interest in and knowledge of issues relating to arbitration, and to provide opportunities for both professional development and social interaction.  

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