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Mentorship is increasingly popular in the workplace and can be an invaluable extracurricular activity for those seeking guidance, support and motivation. John Churchill and Hilary Sutton share their experience of the Law Society’s Women’s Mentoring Program.

The Mentee

Hilary Sutton is an experienced employment lawyer and workplace relations professional. She has held corporate roles in the health and finance sectors, and worked as a solicitor in private practice. During the mentoring program, Sutton was on maternity leave from her job at Healthscope Operations.


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