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Raquel Siganporia talks about her own experience has shaped her path to help others
In the fourth of our series of profiles of lawyers with disabilities, we feature Zarina Bostan, a recent LPC graduate
With an estimated 10% of the population having dyslexia, it’s not surprising that 13% of Lawyers with Disabilities Division members have indicated that they have dyslexia. But what is it, how can the legal profession support dyslexic staff, and what are the benefits of doing so? Ruth Fenton explains
In the third of our series of profiles of lawyers with disabilities, we feature Jonathan Fogerty, former chairman of the Spinal Injuries Association and a personal injury solicitor at Slater & Gordon
Matthew Short, a trainee at Allen & Overy, who had his lower leg amputed as a teenager, looks back at his career so far
The Lawyers with Disabilities Division (LDD) are delighted to bring you this conference aimed at all members of the LDD who want to get to understand more about working in the city with a disability.
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Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal says trio ‘should have known better’.
Crown court cases can start on any day within a defined time frame.
Partners at magic circle firms as well as senior judiciary and top QCs are more likely to be privately educated than the general public.
BSN publishes latest diversity league table, which shows that very limited progress has been made over the last decade.