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EmpowerHer – A programme for senior women in professional services

EmpowerHer – A programme for senior women in professional services
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26 Jan 2024 

Venue: Central London

Presenter: Claire Rason, Founder, Client Talk  

The programme will commence on 24th January 2024 and will run until July 2024


Course Fees:  £4,000 per person + VAT including all materials and refreshments.

Early bird discounted rate: £3,000 if booked prior to 31st December 2023.


To register for a place please email or telephone +44(0)7956 443745


Claire Rason is a former lawyer and accredited coach. Claire was finalist in the UK's Women & Diversity in Law Awards, is the author of legal diversity report The Class of 2002, co-author of Preparing For Partnership, and the host of the Lawyer’s Coach podcast.

Her research into gender inequity is the foundation on which the programme is built.


Terms and Conditions of Booking: 

Cancellation by you: Cancellation received by email to more than 28 days before the 10th January 2024  will receive 50% refund of the registration fee. We regret that there are no delegate fee refunds for cancellations within 28 days of the course commencement date or for non-attendance. Transfer to another delegate name is permitted.

Cancellation by us: It may be necessary for reasons beyond the control of PSMG LLP to change the content or timing of the programme, speakers, date or venue and all registered delegates will be notified in the event of a substantive change. In the unlikely event of cancellation of the Masterclass PSMG LLP will make full refund of any delegate fee paid but disclaim any further liability.

The registration fee must be paid in advance of the course date to guarantee your place. PSMG LLP reserves the right to refuse admission to delegates if payment is not received in full before the conference date. 

Confirmation of any booking/agreement forms a binding contract and the parties thereto are subject to the jurisdiction of the English Courts and that English law applies.


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