Women Lawyers of Charlotte
WLC‘s mission is to foster professional and social relationships among the diverse group of women lawyers in our community, while promoting equality, advancement and opportunity for women through events, programs, mentorship, education and community outreach.
More than 150 members enjoy the benefits of WLC in fostering professional and social relationships. WLC members have a diverse range of practice areas, years of practice, talents, and interests. WLC is growing all the time!
WLC hosts regular luncheons and events with dynamic speakers from our local community and beyond. WLC is dedicated to promoting equality, advancement, and opportunity for women through events and programming.
WLC creates space for members to learn and share practice tips and demonstrate thought leadership with membership. Members partner with area non-profits to provide donated items and services.
WLC members are involved in and support the Charlotte community. WLC hosts regular events to engage members and create opportunities for professional and personal growth. We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming events.
Please join Women Lawyers of Charlotte and Girls On The Run on Sunday, September 17th for our 2017 Fundraiser to help support all of the hard work and positive outcomes for Girls on the Run Charlotte!!
Bring your friends and families out for an afternoon of fun at The Olde Mecklenburg Brewery! There is no cost to attend this event but there will be an opportunity to donate to GOTR (be on the lookout for an updated link).
WHEN: 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.; Sunday, September 17th
WHERE: The Olde Mecklenburg Brewery (inside room)
HOW: Open Donation (No charge to attend event)
WHO: WLC Family and Friends
We look forward to seeing you there!!
Fighting for Women with Fashion began in 2011 when United Family Services, members of the Women Physicians Section of the Mecklenburg County Medical Society, and members of the Charlotte Women’s Bar, now Women Lawyers of Charlotte (WLC), came together to support the community’s efforts to end domestic violence and raise money for the building of the Clyde and Ethel Dickson Domestic Violence Shelter.
In the past five years, the Fighting for Women with Fashion Show has raised more than $180,000.00 for the Safe Alliance Clyde and Ethel Dickson Domestic Violence Shelter.
Tickets will be available shortly, please check back.