MeetUp D.18 | Halle 2 / hall 2
Thema/Themenreihe: Persönlichkeits- & Kompetenzentwicklung | Mentoring & Networking
Get on the right elevator – the impact of various factors on your career
Mentoring seems to be the ideal way to achieve professional advancement. But most people complain about not having a mentor. The lecture will show which factors (can) play a role in career advancement and what women in particular should consider. An international network can be helpful. Whether one has entered the elevator for the 3rd floor or the elevator to the 20th floor may only become clear later.
Details zum/r Referent/in Rechtsanwältin (Attorney-at-law) Dace Liga Luters-Thümmel, M.E.L.S. (LUX/Nancy2 F)
Vita: Practicing lawyer for more than two decades, admitted to the Latvian and German Bar, with German and French legal education, diplomas in IT law and Data Engineering, Founder of Law Firm Luters-Thümmel and a Business Consultancy, with additional experience as Head of Legal Department Europe of a Global Fortune 500 company and as legal advisor of governments and parliaments regarding transposition of European Law as Senior EU Consultant drafting national laws and teaching lawyers and judges in various European countries in Eastern and Western parts of Europe. Specialised in EU law, business law and IT law. Being a binational multilingual lawyer and having worked and lived in various countries and capitals she defines herself as a truly cosmopolitan species with a demonstrated long professional experience in international cross-border cases and a faible for technological challenges that now is focused on reconciling AI and machine learning with ethics. Presently, Secretary General of the European Women Lawyers Association.
Neuestes Buch: Co-Autorin in: „The Fourth Industrial Revolution and its Impact on Ethics – Solving the Challenges of the Agenda 2030“, Springer Palgrave Macmillan, erscheint Herbst 2020 (978-3-030-57019-4)
Co-Autorin mehrerer Handbücher: u.a. “Handbook on European Enlargement”, T.M.C. Asser Instituut, The Hague; (9067041513)
Co-Autorin: „Daten – wem gehören sie, wer speichert sie, wer darf auf sie zugreifen?“, Ferdinand Schöningh; (978-3-657-79248-1)
Co-Autorin: “EU Handbook on EU Competition Policy and Law”, Eurochambres, Brussels; „EU Law Handbook for Judges/Legal Practitioners“, Ministry of Justice, Riga.