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We feature inspirational women in the law in our video and editorial interviews and articles. Touch the green arrow above to see more
Ruth Grant, winner of last year’s Women Lawyer of the Year award, talks about what still needs to be done to support other women and what she’s most proud of in her career.
Nilema shares with us the best advice she’s been given and some tips on how to get to where she is today.
The City community speak to Alexandra Marks of Linklaters.
Read the Law Society’s interview with Rachel Williams and how she found the Law Society’s Returners to Work course invaluable.
The City community talks the Ruth Grant of Hogan Lovells
Solicitor, author and committee member of the Women Lawyers Division, Dawn talks about her new book and the challenges she faced within the legal profession.
In our latest blog, Laura Devine discusses how winning the Excellence Award for Woman Lawyer of the Year has made a difference to her firm
Read our interview with the speaker for this year’s Fiona Woolf lecture, Frances Crook OBE
On challenges women face while building their career, and her proudest moment in her own career.
On the importance of female role models in the profession
On the life of a working mother
Renu Daly on her career in medical negligence
On how things have changed since she started as a solicitor.
Oh how she learned from her own experience.
On how her experiences shaped her route into the profession.
On how pursuing a legal career helped her build a new life
On being a mature trainee, and starting her own firm
On how to stand out from the crowd early in your career
On the power of awards and the role of mentoring
On her career in the Bar and the importance of female role models
David Loaring outlines the actions all businesses need to take to comply with the new pensions auto-enrolment scheme
Andrew Garrido of Pacific IFA explains the changes that the 2014 budget made to savings and pensions, and what they mean for your investments
Rachel Brushfield talks about how to make your CV like squeezed orange juice, juicy and inviting.
Jessica Peacock, policy advisor for the Women Lawyers Division, writes about the celebration of the commissioninhg of a statue of Dame Millicent Fawcett and how far we still have to overcome the gender pay gap.
Supported by the Law Society, the African Women Lawyers’ Association hosted a women’s leadership conference on the 25 March 2017.
To mark End Racism Day, the Law Society and Sisters in Law launched a new online project, Say My Name.
On International Women’s Day, Suzanne Gallagher and Shereen Semnani offer seven reasons why the legal profession needs to sit up and take notice.