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Tips for new and aspiring writers

20 October 2020 / Hannah Hurley
Issue: 4765 / Categories: Comment & Analysis
Getting published!

Publication is a great way for young professionals to raise their profile – particularly when opportunities to network in person are limited as they are currently. It is an efficient way to share expertise more widely and make new connections across the profession. It can also be the first step to other opportunities such as speaking at conferences commenting in the media and writing in-depth features and even books.

To encourage more women to take up their metaphorical quills in September Women in Tax put together a panel to discuss and it is hoped resolve some of the issues new writers might come across.

Heather Self (tax partner at Blick Rothenberg) chaired the event. The panel comprised Andrew Hubbard (editor- in-chief of Taxation) Liz Heathfield (senior business development professional at Pinsent Masons) Sofia Thomas (who specialises in tax on divorce and has been widely published...

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