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The guest speaker at the annual Fiona Woolf lecture this year is Frances Crook OBE.
The WLD are partnering with We are the City, to offer a free speed-networking event for women lawyers.
Heather Townsend will be talking about how to get to partner, and the experience of going through the process
The Law Society Divisions are hosting an event which will explore and provide an insight into different career pathways outside private practice.
This session has been developed following the findings of the Law Society research on the barriers facing women solicitors who want to advance their careers. The session will focus on challenging conversations.
This two-day course, held at the iconic Eynsham Hall in Oxford, aims to provide returning solicitors, men and women, with the tools they require to enable them to return to the profession after a career break
We commission exclusive articles from leading women lawyers and legal commentators, on issues of importance to women in the law, as well as practical support and guidance, including on career development
The release of the Law Society Group Annual Statistics Report 2015 records the current trends in the solicitors profession.
Nominations are now open for Woman Lawyer of the Year at the Law Society’s Excellence Awards
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Leading family solicitor to explore whether application of Islamic law is compatible with that of England and Wales.
Privately educated people are over-represented by a factor of five in the senior ranks of the law.
I would have a go at those successful women who have pulled up the ladder behind them.
Solicitors Regulation Authority says it will run diversity questionnaire every two years instead of annually, following criticism from sole practitioners.