On Monday 22 May, 45 female law students attended a forum run by OWLS where nine OWLS members answered a myriad of questions from the students on the topic “What we wish we had known at law school”. The students were particularly excited to hear from younger practitioners and professionals in their first few years of practice and the session proved full of lots of great discussion and laughs. OWLS has received really positive feedback from the students about the helpful advice that they received from the OWLS members on issues ranging from what panel members did at law school that helped them in the first few years of practice/work to whether grades from law school impact on opportunities past your first graduate role. There was so much interest and such a great response to the event that OWLS plans on holding another in the same format in the second semester. A big thank you goes out to the OWLS members who came along to be a part of the panel and to the OWLETS sub-committee for organising a wonderful event!