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The Lawyers with Disabilities Division celebrated the 25th anniversary of its founding (as the Group for Solicitors with Disabilities) in May 2014. We asked many of those involved to share their recollections of its founding and its early years. Click the green arrow above for more
Anne Luttman-Johnson remembers the group’s first meeting
David Merkel considers how life has changed since the founding
Jonathan Goldsmith recalls the early challenges
Richard Dunford remembers his time as chair
Katherine Everard looks back at the start of her career, and her work with the Division
Lynn Curtis-Wiliams remembers her time working with the Division
Jonathan Holbrook looks back on his year as chair, and his career since
Read Yasmin Sheikh’s storyon diversity of women in our workplaces
Rising stress levels among lawyers show no sign of slowing down, despite an increased focus on wellbeing and mental health in the legal profession in recent years.
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
Helen Chuter, LDD committee member, discusses her experiences at the LDD Conference.