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All-female law firm ready

MT DRUITT’s own all-female and newest law firm is ready to get off the bench and into the community while also breaking down gender stereotypes. Solicitors Beverley Boyle, Anjli Choudhary and assistant Sandra Wade make up the new team manning the desks at Western Sydney Legal. New owner Anjli Choudhary said it was a happy accident that the firm ended up as women only. “We didn’t intend it to happen but we are really happy that it did,” Ms Choudhary said. “I think we come from a different mindset .. we try to provide our clients with a lot of empathy because we, ourselves, have been through it.” Western Sydney Legal will be offering a range of services including family, ...

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All-female law firm breaks down the gender barriers of profession

IN A profession dominated by males, solicitors Beverly Boyle, Anjli Chowdhary and assistant Sandra Wade have more than 70 years of legal experience between them. Owner Mt Druitt’s newest and only all-female law firm, Western Sydney Legal, Ms Chowdhary said the all-female makeup wasn’t planned but worked perfectly. “It’s the way it happened with our staff, but we are very happy with how it’s turned out,” she said. “It is a very male-dominated profession especially out in Western Sydney, and in the older age group it’s unusual. “We provide a very non-threatening environment — we have experience and children and marriage splits between us all … so we are very hands-on.” Western Sydney Legal offers a ‘mixed bag’ of legal ...

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All-female law firm making waves

An all-female law firm in the Sydney suburb of Mt Druitt is getting attention. After all, it’s not often that a law firm like Western Sydney Legal comes along in a male-dominated profession. In a feature on The Daily Telegraph, the law firm composed of solicitors Beverly Boyle, Anjli Chowdhary and assistant Sandra Wade discussed how it’s like to operate a small firm given their unique makeup. According to Chowdhary, who bought the law firm after being away from the workforce for two decades, it wasn’t at all intentional that the firm is all-female. “It’s the way it happened with our staff, but we are very happy with how it’s turned out,” she told The Telegraph. “It is a very ...

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