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Penny Carballo-Smith outlines new job opportunities for lawyers in compliance
How Aspiring Solicitors is helping students from under-represented groups get access to the profession
Meet the Council members for Ethnic Minorities and BSN constituencies
What paths are open to lawyers considering a way back into a legal career? Katerina Gould and Julianne Miles explain the returning professional internship
Why more should be done to encourage diversity in political appointments
In 2013, eight City law firms officially launched NOTICED, promoting diversity in the legal sector
We feature exclusive interviews with practitioners from different ethnic backgrounds who are making the news and setting the pace
On her experience as the first woman licensed to practise law in Saudi Arabia
This year’s lecture will be given by Diane Abbott MP, the first black woman ever elected to the British Parliament
Join us for the relaunch of the EMLD on 18 March, with guest speaker Baroness Warsi
As part of its Black History Month programme, the Law Society teamed up with Rare Recruitment to develop this careers event, giving practical advice and support to aspiring solicitors
The Ethnic Minority Lawyers Division provides its members with free access to tailored information, advice and training.
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Allen & Overy partner says there is no ‘silver bullet’ for women juggling commitments in and outside of work.
Law Society publishes latest annual statistics report providing a comprehensive snapshot of solicitors in 2014.
The Hon Michael Kirby condemns ‘muted’ response to abuses based on sexuality.
Law firms account for nine out of the 50 ‘top employers for women’ ranked by The Times.
Lawyers with no judicial experience given a route to the High Court – a controversial but bold move.
An appropriately sophisticated approach to making the bench more representative of our society.
Initiative aims to put lawyers and legal academics with no judicial experience directly on to the High Court’s benches.
‘Diversity’ was not a word district judge Tan Ikram heard much in the 1990s, he told attendees at the launch of the Law Society’s Ethnic Minority Lawyers Division earlier this month.