LSJ_February 2019

Professional development DOING BUSINESS

DIRECTOR, FARRAR GESINI DUNN StephenDoorey

FEBRUARY

SEXUAL HARASSMENT CONSULTATION FORWOMEN IN LAW Monday 11 February The Australian Human Rights Commission Level 3, 175 Pitt St Sydney 10 – 11.30am PRACTICE MANAGEMENT COURSE 8, 15 and 22 February The Law Society of NSW 9am – 5.30pm THE FLIP INQUIRY SERIES REGTECH Wednesday 27 February The Law Society of NSW 5 – 7pm EMERGENCE CONFERENCE SYDNEY

Photography: Jason McCormack

Describe your style in three words? Classic. Savile Row. Understated.

Who is your celebrity fashion inspiration? Tom Ford.

What’s your signature outfit at work? A two-button, single-breasted navy or grey tailored suit. It’s a classic piece and will never go out of style, provided it’s tted correctly. Matched with a crisp white shirt, cu -links, silk tie and kerchief as well as complementary bright socks and a pair of classic Oxford shoes, the devil is very much in the detail.

How do you switch it up between a Monday in court and casual Friday? I like to step away from the polished Oxfords or brogues and choose a smart pair of block-coloured trainers or desert boots. A tted pair of blue or black jeans, accompanied by a crisp, tted white shirt which will complement the shoe choice well. I always have a tailored jacket at the ready in case casual business needs to be stepped up. Name one trend that needs to die in 2019? Un tted suits. ere are so many good and a ordable made-to-measure options available. ere is no excuse for an ill- tting suit.

28 February – 1 March InterContinental Sydney 9am – 6pm both days

GOT A SNAPPY DRESSER IN YOUR OFFICE? DOB THEM IN

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