Lawyers with Disabilities Division

Upcoming LDD Events


The Law Society and LDD present: Bring your whole self to work - being you (12 July)

Join this free event to learn the tools to enable you to be yourself at work and effectively share personal information.

Recent LDD Events

Lawyers with Disabilities Division Conference 2015, 28 October - 'Disability & the city'

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.


Lawyers with Disabilities Division afternoon seminar - speed CV review with city employers (11 September 2015)

This seminar will cover CV writing, what a CV should cover, regular mistakes, good and bad examples, interview do’s and don’ts, as well as provide general advice and guidance. Following the main presentations will be 10 minute one-to-one CV reviews with city law firm representatives and a networking reception

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Pride 2017

The legal sector has enjoyed a visible presence in Pride in London for a number of years and last year we marched, for the first time, at the Pride Cymru Parade in Cardiff.

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Celebrating Eid al-Fitr (7 July)

As part of the Law Society diversity calendar, we celebrate the contribution of Muslim lawyers in the profession.

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Leadership roles for women: breaking down the barriers in the judiciary (6 July)

Join the African Women’s Lawyers Association for an evening at the Law Society where we will address diversity and leadership in the legal profession. 


Judiciary seeks more solicitor judges

Are you interested in becoming a judge? The Law Society is hosting  an event in Birmingham and Manchester for solicitors who want to find out about opportunities in the judiciary. 

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About the Lawyers with Disabilities Division

14 January 2015

Lawyers with Disabilities Division members come from a wide range of backgrounds and include law students, retired solicitors, paralegals, law lecturers and practising solicitors.