Women Lawyers Division

Welcome to the Women Lawyers Division - the community for women in the law

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Contextualised recruitment and beyond (14 July)

Hearing from experts in the field and those who have taken part in the process, this seminar aims to address the business case for contextualised recruitment and how it could work for you through the recruitment process and beyond.

Celebrating Eid al-Fitr 2016 (22 July)

The Law Society in association with the Association of Muslim Lawyers (AML) is celebrating Eid al-Fitr. 

Mental Health First Aid Training Course (1 September)

The Law Society is offering members the opportunity to become a qualified mental health first aider, in a two day, fully certified training course delivered by Mental Health First Aid England. 

Resilience and well-being workshops

WLD leadership workshop - career resilience (15 September)

Learn how to build your career resilience with this workshop.

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Judicial appointments: interview training for solicitors (23 September)

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.

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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

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Orange isn't the New Black

4 July 2016

It was an honour to host Frances Crook, CEO of Howard League for Penal Reform at this years Annual Fiona Woolf lecture, and find out more about what she spoke about.

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About the Women Lawyers Division

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The Law Society’s Women Lawyers Division supports and advise all women solicitors including LPC graduates, roll members, women on a career break and retirees, no matter their area of practice.

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