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We feature inspirational women in the law in our video and editorial interviews
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.
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
Read an overview of the diversity statistics for the judiciary and how to apply for a support programme to support these changes.
Please give us 15 minutes of your time to updating the Career Progression Report survey.
Learn how to build your career resilience with this workshop.
In view of increasing competition for judicial appointments, this interactive course will equip you with the skills to help enhance your application and interview performance. This workshop has been developed specifically for solicitor applicants but the content is relevant for anyone serious about submitting a credible judicial application.
On 27 September 2016, the Law Society is hosting a speed networking event aimed at black and minority ethnic solicitors.
This event is designed for any legal employers – both law firms and in-house departments - with an interest in learning more about apprenticeships in law.
Book your place at the National Work Life Week Conference and be inspired by the 2016 Top Employers award winners and finalists as they showcase their outstanding flexible and family friendly policies and practices.
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The Supreme Court refers case of transgender woman refused female state pension to EU court.
Equality and Human Rights Commission says government must establish a coordinated race strategy.
The scope of new American bar rules on anti-discrimination is controversially broad – is it time for the SRA to revisit its own?
We must help to give solicitors a ‘line of sight’ to a judicial appointment from the start of their career.