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To mark Menopause Awareness Month, our Women Lawyers Division discuss experiencing menopause within the legal profession and at work generally.
With employers, and colleagues, having a role to play in supporting women going through this significant life transition, it’s important to normalise the topic and welcome open conversations.
Awareness is key and using relevant dates from the diversity calendar, such as Menopause Awareness Month (September), World Menopause Day (18 October) and International Women’s Day (8 March), is a great opportunity to organically begin curating more inclusive and supportive working environments for women.
Amandeep is a senior associate at Moore Barlow specialising in major trauma claims with over 12 years of experience. She is a member of our Women Lawyers Division Committee and founder of Women Back to Law.
Mridula is CEO and Co-Founder of Peppy. Peppy provides health support to employees going through life’s big transitions, such as becoming a parent or going through the menopause.
Before moving into digital health, Mridula led NHS service redesign projects as a management consultant at McKinsey and launched several high-profile generic pharmaceuticals as head of the UK retail pharmacy business at Sandoz, a Novartis company.
Danielle qualified as a solicitor in 1998. She is the Principal of Danielle Cohen Solicitors, an immigration and human rights firm, established in 2004. Having extensive experience in all aspects of UK immigration law, she focuses on private immigration and human rights.
She is a member of our Women Lawyers Division Committee and is a member of the Judicial Appointments Commission Advisory Group.
Deborah is the founder and menopause trainer at Henpicked: Menopause in the Workplace and one of the authors of Menopause: the change for the better. She’s passionate about helping women live better lives by educating on the facts about menopause.