Women in Law 2020/2021
Women in Law strives for inclusivity and wants to open previously closed doors for women. And that is what we are going to do with the Justitia Awards Ceremony too!
We have been anxiously monitoring the latest COVID-19 developments on a national and global scale and, therefore, have decided to switch to an online-only format for our Justitia Awards Ceremony on November 19, 2020. But travel restrictions hinder our international nominees, sponsors, and guests from joining us in Vienna, where safety measures at the Palace of Justice would force us to limit our guest list significantly. Such an exclusive setting would go against everything we stand for.
‘We look forward to seeing all of you, in the meantime, stay home and stay safe. Together we can master the current situation!’Alix Frank-Thomasser
The Women in Law Initiative connects female legal professionals from all around the globe and offers them an exceptional meeting platform right in the heart of Europe. The next conference will take place in September 2021. We are also hosting the Justitia Awards in November 2020 online. For updates, please follow our newsletter:
In the Heart of Europe
Vienna has been named the world’s best city to live in for the ninth consecutive year 2019. Enjoy the city’s cultural diversity and wonderful attractions like the Schönbrunn Palace, St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the Opera House, or the Burgtheater.
Justitia 2020 & Women in Law 2021
We look forward to celebrating the Justitia Awards with you online on 19 November 2020, at 7 pm (CET) and very much welcome you, to attend our physical “belated” in-person celebration during our international conference, September 9-11, 2021 in Vienna.
Women in Law – Frauen im Recht
In 2019, following the first conference in Vienna, an association was founded to further promote the cause:
Dr. Alix Frank-Thomasser
founder of the Austrian law firm Alix Frank Rechtsanwälte GmbH initiated Women in Law in 2018. She is an outstanding female lawyer, who has proven herself as a legal expert. Throughout her career, she has influenced the wider legal profession not only in her Austrian jurisdiction but also on the European stage.