Orange County Women
For Women Lawyers and Those Who Support Their Advancement
Co-Sponsored by Mommy Esq. Committee of the Orange County Bar Association
All attendees are invited to wear red for a group photo to be held at the event.
Moderator: Maria Stearns, Employment Partner, Rutan & Tucker, LLP
This program will begin with a live poll and presentation of the state of discrepancies in pay between men and women, both in California and nationwide. A panel of female attorneys who have achieved success in their careers will address wage equality issues facing female attorneys. The panel will discuss first-hand wage and promotion experiences as well as provide motivational and tactical advice on how to (1) request and negotiate salary demands and promotions, (2) put oneself in the best position to receive a salary or bonus increase or promotion, and (3) determine how to best highlight achievements during a negotiation in order to achieve the best possible outcome.
One Hour Elimination of Bias MCLE CreditProvided by Orange County Women Lawyers Association
The color of red signifies the deficit women are paid. The date of April 2nd (Equal Pay Day) is the date women would have to work until to get the same pay as their male counterparts did for the previous calendar year.
*Note: No registration refunds are available within 72 hours of OCWLA events; however, an event ticket may be transferred to another individual for the same event as originally purchased. Late RSVPs are subject to a $5. fee.
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