- Civil Justice
- Ethnic Minority Lawyers
- Human Rights
Matthew Short, a trainee at Allen & Overy, who had his lower leg amputed as a teenager, looks back at his career so far
In the second of our series of profiles of lawyers with disabilities, we feature Andrew Dakoutros, a barrister for The Treasury Solicitor
In the first of our series of profiles of lawyers with disabilities, we feature Yasmin Sadia Sheikh, an associate at Clyde & Co
Trainee solicitor Tony Di Angelo advises that perseverance, passion, purpose and positivity are the key to successfully gaining a training contract.
LPC student Lynnette Wieland shares her views on the use of psychometric tests during the trainee recruitment process, and the importance for firms to have a broader perspective when addressing the needs of dyslexic candidates
During this afternoon seminar, you will hear from a variety of solicitors who have chosen different career paths, whether through choice or by accident. We will also have personal stories from members of LDD who have achieved their goal through sheer hard work and determination
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‘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.
Social mobility lies at the heart of the Law Society’s Diversity Access Scheme.
Legal Services Board also suggests regulators must look again at burden of diversity data collection on law firms and legal services providers.
Ministry of Justice says it is committed to ensuring 'no less favourable treatment' for fee-paid judges.