The Women Lawyers Division supports and advises all women solicitors, no matter their area of practice. Membership of the WLD is automatic for LPC graduates, all women solicitors on the roll, women in practice, women on a career break and even retirees.
Fiona Fitzgerald, chief executive of Radcliffe Chambers and past chair of the Association of Woman Solicitors, talks about her career to date and the importance of female role models in the profession.
The 2013-14 annual review is now available online. This year the annual review features videos of members telling their story of how the Law Society represents, supports and promotes them.
Sarah Austin talks about her history as a sole practitioner and Women Lawyers Division council member, as well as the advice she would give to young female lawyers.
Elizabeth Cruickshank interviews Sara Aalamri, the first woman to be granted a licence to practise law in Saudi Arabia.
One woman's experience: Returner Course
Ninety years apart
Behind the scenes at the UK Supreme Court
Diversity Access Scheme
CPD hours: 1.5
17:30-21:00, 19 February, London
This evening event will give delegates a quick overview of social media.
CPD hours: 12.5
13 and 14 March, Oxfordshire
This two-day course provides returning solicitors, men and women, with the tools they need to return to the profession after a career break.
Read the testimonials from October's course.
31 March, Birmingham
Designed for busy solicitors working in new (up to five years) small firms and sole practices, our ‘smart solicitor’s practice clinics will help put you back in control.
Win £2,000 worth of Mr & Mrs Smith vouchers
All packed up and nowhere to go? Hiscox would like to help Law Society members on their way.
Simply request a Hiscox home insurance quote before 30 September 2014 and you will be automatically entered into a prize draw to win £2,000 worth of Mr & Mrs Smith vouchers.
Call 0845 365 1704 or visit Hiscox's website.
Watch and listen
Inspiring leaders: Bethan Darwin
Promoting women lawyers: Boma Ozobia
Promoting diversity: Lucy Scott-Moncrieff