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Rania Tadros, invited by Thompson Reuters to Transforming Women's Leadership in Law networking Breakfast

News / / Dubai

Rania Tadros Managing Partner of Ince (Dubai) recently attended the “Transforming Women’s Leadership in Law Networking Breakfast” session, hosted by Thomson Reuters. Following the session Rania sat down with Maha Abboud and discussed work life balance and how she manages this in order to have a successful career. She also discussed the challenges she has faced in her career and what advice she would give her younger self.

Rania Tadros

Rania Tadros Managing Partner

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