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.
Elizabeth Cruickshank interviews Sara Aalamri, the first woman to be granted a licence to practise law in Saudi Arabia.
Leah Glover, a trainee solicitor at DWF and member of the Women Lawyers Division, describes a panel that the Women Lawyers Division set up with Women Working in Law to help students considering a career in the profession.
Our latest Returner Course was held on 25 and 26 October at spectacular Eynsham Hall. It was a full programme designed to enable people who have been on a career break to get back into the profession.
In the best traditions of the new year, here are ten financial planning resolutions that will hopefully help make 2014 a prosperous and secure year for us all.
One woman's experience: Returner Course
Ten steps to career resilience
Behind the scenes at the UK Supreme Court
Diversity Access Scheme
CPD hours: 1
25 April , LondonIn view of increasing competition for judicial appointments, this course will equip you with the skills to help enhance your application and interview performance. This training course has been developed specifically for solicitor applicants.
CPD hours: 12.5
7-8 March 2014, Oxford Our two-day course will give you the tools you need to return to the profession after a career break, featuring a CV clinic, talks by women who have successfully returned to a legal career, a session on judicial selection, training on social media and much more.
Watch and listen
Inspiring leaders: Bethan Darwin
Promoting women lawyers: Boma Ozobia
Promoting diersity: Lucy Scott-Moncrieff