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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
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Court of Appeal dismisses challenge brought by Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan.
Applicants for vacant posts will have to write 2,000-word essay.
Oversight body has published ‘less prescriptive’ guidance for regulators.
US technology company HP issues diversity mandate, telling law firms ‘we can all do better’.
This competition aims to attract applicants from the widest backgrounds.
The Bar Standards Board’s annual report on diversity concludes that some progress was made last year.
Social mobility research uncovers ‘class ceiling’ in traditional professions such as the law.
Bar Council says multiple training options will create confusion and increase compliance costs.