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Cardiff University releases a report on Closing Disability gaps at work with some fantastic insights.
Yasmin Sheikh gets reflective on the International Day of Persons with Disabilities
On World Mental Health Day, Elizabeth Rimmer, CEO of LawCare, discusses how solicitors can look after their wellbeing.
Dyslexia Awareness Week takes place 3-9 October and this year’s theme ‘Identifying Dyslexia’ opens up the topical discussion of how organisations can best support staff with hidden disabilities such as dyslexia.
Read an overview of the diversity statistics for the judiciary and how to apply for a support programme to support these changes.
Yasmin Sheikh looks at the releationship between technology and our mental health.
Yasmin Sheikh talks about how technology can help your mental health.
On Sunday 30 October, the Government announced a major consultation on helping disabled people into work, Improving lives: the Work, Health and Disability Green Paper.
The Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) will soon launch a selection exercise for Deputy High Court Judges.
The Law Society’s LGBT Division has launched the first professional social networking app for LGBT Lawyers and their allies.
Cultivating and sustaining an inclusive culture is imperative for effective multi-generational working. Not getting it right leads to a loss of talent, innovation and subsequently productivity.
An event for people with disability or long-term health conditions considering a career in commercial law
The Lawyers with Disabilities Division would like to invite you for a night of laughter and learning. This years annual reception will feature sets from two fantastic comedians sharing their experience and an introduction for firms to our #MainstreamDisability project.
This workshop will be interactive and provide practical tips and alternative career options for those that genuinely feel that they are at a career crossroads.
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Chancery Lane says Ministry of Justice proposals will be favourable to 'those with more secure financial circumstances'.
Female legal professionals are paid £2.70 less per hour than their male colleagues.
Chancery Lane publishes guidance on requirements under Modern Slavery Act and examples of good practice.
I was thrilled to be shortlisted for a major prize – but our route to the top should be based on ability, not gender.