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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
Marni Choudhari of the Ethnic Minority Lawyers Division, talks about the recent Sisters in Law event at the Law Society.
The Law Society along with support from the WLD and EMLD are launching a video project.
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.
Cultivating and sustaining an inclusive culture is imperative for effective multi-generational working. Not getting it right leads to a loss of talent, innovation and subsequently productivity.
This workshop will be interactive and provide practical tips and alternative career options for those that genuinely feel that they are at a career crossroads.
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Chancery Lane says Ministry of Justice proposals will be favourable to 'those with more secure financial circumstances'.
Female legal professionals are paid £2.70 less per hour than their male colleagues.
Chancery Lane publishes guidance on requirements under Modern Slavery Act and examples of good practice.
I was thrilled to be shortlisted for a major prize – but our route to the top should be based on ability, not gender.