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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.
Jonathan Andrews, future trainee solicitor at leading law firm Reed Smith and on the Parliamentary Commission for Autism, writes on his own experiences of ‘autistic anxiety’, and how it can manifest both in employment, and in everyday life.
Laura Giblin talks about her diagnosis, her treatment and her advice to employers
Yasmin Sheikh looks at the releationship between technology and our mental health.
Yasmin Sheikh talks about how technology can help your mental health.
The Law Society’s LGBT Division has launched the first professional social networking app for LGBT Lawyers and their allies.
Please give us 15 minutes of your time to updating the Career Progression Report survey.
The Women Lawyers Division is looking for brilliant and practical women solicitors to join our committee!
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.
Following the success of a pilot exercise in 2015, the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) will be running a selection exercise in November to appoint up to 15 deputy high court judges
The Law Society’s newly formed LGBT Division invites you to join them on 31 October for a chance to network with LGBT solicitors from both in house and law firms, law students and senior LGBT solicitors.
On 21-22 October 2016, the Law Society’s Women Lawyers Division are delivering this two-day course which will provide returning solicitors, men and women, with the tools they require to enable them to return to the profession after a career break.
The Lawyers with Disabilities Division (LDD) are delighted to invite you to their October Conference. This year we will launch our new #MainstreamDisability project.
The Law Society’s newly formed LGBT Division invites you to join them on 31st October for a chance to network with LGBT solicitors from both in house and law firms, law students and senior LGBT solicitors.
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Power list highlights efforts to improve diversity and LGBT issues.
It is somewhat surprising that the new regime does not require remedial action to close the gaps or impose penalties for non-compliance.
Law Society president Robert Bourns said social mobility is gradually improving.
Society welcomes move but LGBT committee criticises lack of formal apology.