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Learn which firms and organisations are doing it differently and changing the discussion around gender equality.
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.
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.
Do you want to be a judge? Start your own social justice organisation? Make partner? Go in-house? Come along and start realising your potential with women have achieved against the odds, for challenging background or challenging circumstances.
Rising stress levels among lawyers show no sign of slowing down, despite an increased focus on wellbeing and mental health in the legal profession in recent years.
Sheffield event - Develop your skills and network with junior lawyers
The Junior Lawyers Division, in partnership with the Cardiff and South East Wales JLD, is holding a free one-day skills event to assist LPC students and LPC graduates with their search for a training position.
Marking the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of male homosexuality in England and Wales, this panel event will focus on how the Act has influenced the legal profession and attitudes in wider society in that timeframe.
The event is aimed at qualified legal professionals currently under-represented in the judiciary (BAME, women and those from a non-traditional background/social mobility i.e. state school education/first generation to go to University) who are interested in a career in the judiciary.
Marking the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of male homosexuality in England and Wales, we are holding a panel event focusing on the experiences of gay and bi-sexual men.
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.
Rosalind Hughes explains how the WLD Returner Course and getting experience in the Citizens Advice Bureau helped her return to work