Welcome to the Ethnic Minority Lawyers Division, offering you the opportunity for direct engagement with the Law Society.
Members of the division will benefit from a comprehensive programme of events, opinions from experts, news articles, interviews, tailored training and other services.
The division has been set up to enable direct contact with the Law Society to ensure that we are providing you with tailored support and services.
Please get in touch to share your concerns and challenges and to let us know what training and services you would find useful. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ethnic Minority Lawyers Division is a new network providing its members with free, direct access to tailored information, advice, and training.
This is your opportunity to make your voice heard through the division so that we can ensure that we continue to represent you effectively and provide training and support on running your practice, complying with regulatory and compliance issues, career development, CPD training and mentoring.
This webpage will provide a portal through which you can find out about the activities of a number of external networks who are working with us on the advisory forum for the new division to ensure that we represent and understand the needs of the entire black, Asian and minority ethnic solicitors community.
Watch a video about NOTICED, a new initiative encouraging networking opportunities for black and minority ethnic individuals working in the legal sector.
Networking can play a hugely important role in helping solicitors from an ethnic minority background overcome professional barriers.
There is mixed opinion on the impact that Alternative Business practises would have on the traditional law firm model. Whether you are in support or resistant to these changes, ABSs and its effect on the liberalisation of the profession will have a future impact on lawyers and how they practice.
The achievements of black, Asian and minority ethnic lawyers were celebrated by the Law Society in October with a series of high profile events at Chancery Lane.
The business opportunities available to law firms in emerging markets was the topic of discussion on 3 October at a seminar that opened the Law Society's Black History Month celebrations.
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