International law firm Pinsent Masons is marking International Women's Day with two landmark events.

06 Mar 2013 | 03:40 pm |

Over 100 guests attended an event at Pinsent Masons London Headquarters yesterday to celebrate International Women’s Day. Inspirational speaker Dr Samantha Collins, Founder of The Aspire Foundation and 'One of the Top 200 Women to Impact Business and Industry', shared her extensive knowledge and experience on how to create and deliver a vision for life, work and the wider world.

Those who were unable to attend the event will be able to participate in a free 60 minute webinar hosted by The Aspire Foundation today 17.00-18.00 UK time available here.

Catrin Turner, who heads Pinsent Masons Female Networking Group, says:"International Women's Day is an important opportunity for us to pause and reflect on the contribution women make to business and society as a whole. We are delighted to be marking this important occasion by working with Aspire, a Foundation which has made an outstanding contribution to this area."

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