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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 intends to provide returning solicitors, men and women, with the tools they require to take the first steps to return to the profession after a career break.
This year’s theme for International Women’s Day is ‘Be bold for change’. Come and hear the experiences and achievements of inspirational women lawyers from a variety of backgrounds on how they made it.
On International Women’s Day, Suzanne Gallagher and Shereen Semnani offer seven reasons why the legal profession needs to sit up and take notice.
Learn which firms and organisations are doing it differently and changing the discussion around gender equality.
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
A Returners Course alumni talks about her experience and what she learnt from the course.
The Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) is to launch a selection exercise for recorders on 1 February 2017, and it is anticipated that this will mark a return to a programme of regular competitions.
As part of its positive action strategy, the Law Society is running two free workshops - judicial appointments: interview training for solicitors. The course is aimed at Black and Asian solicitors, who are currently under represented in the judiciary.
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International firm highlights business case for better gender balance.
Seven out of ten of the new appointees are based outside the UK.
Figure well ahead of the 21% average for female ownership across small businesses as a whole.
Chancery Lane’s SMA project aims to inspire people from underprivileged backgrounds to embark upon a legal career.