Diversity Pitch event brings together in-house and private practice
First National senior vice president and general counsel Hilda Wong provides feedback to Diversity Pitch private practice lawyers following an evening in which external lawyers were matched up with in-house counsel for 10-minute pitch sessions.

Diversity Pitch event brings together in-house and private practice

It looked a little like a cross between Dragon’s Den and speed dating for in-house and external counsel, and while not every meeting will result in a match, most came away knowing a little more about who they might turn to for work in the future.


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March, 2018
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