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Law Society celebrates LGBT history month

23 January 2013

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans (LGBT) history month takes place every year in February and celebrates the lives and achievements of the LGBT community. The Law Society will mark LGBT history month with two free events in February:

The eleventh Stonewall lecture

From silence to safety: protecting the gay refugee?

5 February 2013 at 18:00, the Law Society, London.

The lecture will be delivered by S Chelvan, a leading barrister at No 5 Chambers, who has an international reputation in the field of asylum claims based on sexual or gender identity. His DSSH model, used to assist the determination of LGBTI refugee claims, is now endorsed by various organisations, including the UN High Commissioner for Refugees. The lecture is organised by the Law Society and the Bar Council in association with Stonewall, InterLaw Diversity Forum, and the Bar Lesbian and Gay Group.
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Being a successful and happy LGB lawyer

27 February 2013 at 18:00, the Law Society, London

The Law Society and its lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) steering group are bringing together leading LGB lawyers from across the profession for an evening of career and personal inspiration.

We will hear from panellists from small and large firms and in-house practice at different career stages about their experiences. There will be a chance to put your questions to the panel and to network at a drinks reception with other leading lawyers.
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