In a crowded roll of ten outstanding women in the field of Law, Caroline was selected as one of the five recipients of the award.
The WATC Rising Star Awards are a brand new addition for 2015, and seek to place a deserving spotlight on 50 of the finest female talents below management level across ten different industries and professions. It is a showcase of the future leaders and role models of tomorrow, with 340 individuals nominated across these various fields, the winners selected by a panel of 14 esteemed judges.
Caroline and fellow solicitor Helen Martin attended the awards celebrations, held in the House of Commons on Tuesday 8th September 2015. She accepted her award alongside four remarkable fellow legal professionals, who represent the bright future of law in the UK.
The event included an impassioned speech by Caroline Dinenage, the Government Minister for Women and Equalities at the Department for Education. She spoke at length at how these winners would be inspiring young women and girls across the country for years to come, and how there was a need to attract a wider pool of female managers.
Caroline’s achievement is a testament to her work in the area of fertility law and all matters family-related. Her efforts for Giles Wilson and charity Verity has been duly rewarded, and we could not be happier for her success.
Hopefully the entire firm will match her magnificent accomplishment on 16th September, at the Halsbury Legal Awards 2015. Watch this space!
Take a look at some of Caroline’s recent blog posts on topics such as Family Law and Employment Law. You can arrange a free 30-minute consultation at our offices in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, if you’re having any legal issue in these areas.