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This workshop will help you understand what resilience is, and assess and improve your own resilience
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
Sara Chandler, Law Society council member for the voluntary sector, has been elected as the second vice president of the Federation of European Bar Associations. In 2017, she will become the first woman president of the federation
The Law Society, in partnership with diversity and inclusion experts Brook Graham, is launching a mentoring programme for practising solicitors from under-represented groups and is inviting solicitors who would like to be mentors or mentees to apply for places on the scheme. Applications close on 20 October 2015
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High-achieving female lawyers in the City should be lauded, but they’re still too rare.
Law Society seeking to address under-representation of minority groups higher up the career ladder.
Government-backed Davies Review to turn its attention from board composition to executive posts.
I agree with efforts to boost inclusion in the law. But do they work for small firms?