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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
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
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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The legal profession was well represented as the capital celebrated lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans diversity at London Pride 2015.
Labour MP also says savings from her party’s proposed sale of judges’ lodgings would have been eaten up by hotel bills.
Solicitors have the opportunity to shadow judges and observe their skills.
Chief executive of the City of London Law Society dismisses research that suggests firms are excluding the working class.