Zoë Paton-Crockett, partner and head of Commercial Property at North West law firm Butcher & Barlow, shares her path to law.
We presented our International Women in Law programme and report at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Coral Hill reviews The Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919 and where the profession is now.
On 23 December 1919 the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919 was passed, which made it possible for women to qualify as barristers or solicitors for the first time.
100 years ago today, the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act was passed, allowing women to qualify as solicitors and barristers.
Dana Denis-Smith, founder of the First 100 Years project, looks at how far women in law have come and what still needs to change.
Chris Seel talks to Julie-Anne Johnston about why Hogan Lovells wanted to be one of the first firms to sign the Women in Law Pledge.
This event celebrates the achievements of inspirational women who have reached senior positions in the profession. It will be livestreamed on 12 September.
Clare Woodman talks in more detail here about in-house can best add value, the importance of CSR, and career advice for those looking to step up.
Women have made up over half of practicing solicitors since 2018. Unequal pay is one of the biggest barriers to progression.
Linden Thomas, President of Birmingham Law Society, discusses three new initiatives to address gender inequality at the most senior levels of the law.
Amandeep Khasriya, associate solicitor at Moore Blatch, discusses what firms can do to retain talented women lawyers.