The success of any legal practice is based on its ability to understand and meet the needs of its clients. Whether your clients are individuals or organisations, large or small, the need for diversity on the legal profession is growing.
We are committed to help the legal profession to be:
Robert Bourns reflects on the strengths of the legal sector and encourages solicitors to take pride in their work and speak up for their profession.
For our profession to be successful, we must ensure it benefits from the widest possible talent pool and that we can offer our services to the widest pool of clients.
The World Bank announced yesterday that Sandie Okoro has been appointed their group senior vice-president and general counsel.
The Law Society diversity profile shows how the proportion of BAME solicitors closely follows diversity in society.
Diversity profile of the solicitors' profession 2015 - published October 2015
Practice note on managing SRA requirements for measuring levels of diversity and social mobility in the legal workforce.
The Law Society’s LGBT Division is delighted to launch the first professional social network for LGBT Lawyers and their allies.
The introduction of the Equality Act 2010 makes it unlawful to discriminate against employees or job seekers on the grounds of age (actual or perceived).
In advance of Black History Month, Jerry Garvey and Barbara Whitehorne consider issues around diversity in the legal profession, and explain what the Law Society is doing to help.
Angeli Vadera, EMLD committee member and vice chair of the Hindu Lawyers Association (HLA), shares her personal perspective on Brexit.
This course on 24-25 November helps returning solicitors, men and women, return to the profession after a career break.
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