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The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination or End Racism Day is observed annually on 21 March.
The Law Society along with support from the WLD and EMLD are launching a video project on 21 March on the National Day of the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
We feature exclusive interviews with practitioners from different ethnic backgrounds who are making the news and setting the pace
Marni Choudhari looks back at the Sisters in Law event which tried to capture the experiences of BAME women in the profession.
Sophie Khan thinks they should
Society of Asian Lawyers (SAL), in association with the Law Society hosts ’prevent: safeguarding or stereotyping?’ A discussion on the pros and cons of the Goverment’s anti-terrorism strategy.
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The Law Society in association with the Association of Muslim Lawyers (AML) is celebrating Eid al-Fitr.
After 50 years of race equality legislation what impact has it made? This free event, which brings together high profile speakers, will discuss and debate what if any improvements the legislation has had to support and represent BAME communities in the UK. Find out more
The Ethnic Minority Lawyers Division provides its members with free access to tailored information, advice and training.
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New plans will allow both carers of a child to take a year out of work - including six months free of chambers rent
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Firm makes four lawyers partner in latest round of promotions.
Two thirds of lawyers would accept a pay cut to be in a professional environment that was a better ’cultural fit’, recruiter claims.
LGBT and disability group Galop says current two-tier system suggests some victims are less worthy of protection than others.
Findings expected to feed into David Lammy MP's review of potential racial bias in the criminal justice system.
International firm appoints 48 partners across 26 offices.
Human rights group Justice says some of its recommendations will be unpopular.