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Women In Legal Talks: a new podcast hosted by female leaders in the law sector is here

The first episode released by WLW | Women in a Legal World is now available on Spotify and other platforms

"Women In Legal Talks" is a new Spanish-language podcast that gives voice to the most prominent women in the legal field.

In this inaugural episode, María González-Manes, partner of WLW - Women in a Legal World, and Mónica Redorta, Director of PwC Tax & Legal, talk to Marlen Estévez Sanz, president of WLW, partner of RocaJunyent and recently appointed president of the Business Mediation Center of Madrid.

Marlen explains her vision of business mediation, highlights its advantages, and mentions the criteria for choosing the optimal method for conflict resolution, as well as advocating for the promotion of a culture based on agreement.

Marlen is the director of the Litigation, Arbitration, and Mediation Department, as well as a member of the Board of Directors of RocaJunyent. In addition, she holds senior positions at the Council of European Lawyers, the Royal Academy of Ibero-American Jurisprudence and Legislation, and is a member of the advisory board of universities, publishing houses, arbitration courts, and organizations such as Endeavor. She also teaches at several universities. Author of multiple publications, she has completed senior management, management, and leadership programs at Esade, Wharton, and Harvard.

You can listen to the podcast here: Spotify, iVoox

About Women In A Legal World

WLW is a Spanish non-profit organization created to increase the presence of women in leadership positions in the media, committees, institutions, boards, universities, law firms, companies, and associations. At the moment, the network consists of 75 women, 20 mentors, 20 mentees, and organizes 6 annual meetings.

WLW’s vision is for Spain to be a pioneer in achieving a diverse legal sector in which it is no longer exceptional to see a woman at the head of a law firm, directing a law school, chairing the jury of a major award, or leading the legal service of a listed company.

To become a partner, the requirements to be met are:

  • Have more than 10 years of experience in the legal sector
  • Hold a managerial position
  • Have a team of people in charge
  • Have interest and experience in supporting women in leadership positions
  • Have two associates introduce the applicant

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