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Catherine Slattery, member of the Women Lawyers Division Committee, writes on what firms can do to make progress on equal pay.
Eleanor Ludlam, one of our Back to Law ambassadors, details how she came back to the profession, speaks on the importance of support and how confidence is key.
Anna Vroobel discusses her experience with disability, and awareness around invisible disabilities in the workplace.
Rachel Reese, vice chair of our LGBT+ Lawyers Division Committee, writes on how firms can improve trans-inclusion.
Paul Maddock gives an overview of some of the social and legal issues faced by older LGBT+ people.
Nimmisha Aslam continues her conversation with Yetunde Dania and Isaac Eloi.
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.
Solicitors have responsibilities around equality and diversity under the Equality Act 2010 as individuals, employers and service providers.
To celebrate Black History Month, Nimmisha Aslam, Yetunde Dania and Isaac Eloi discuss the experiences of black LBGT+/ally members of the legal profession
We have published updated best practice guidance on supporting solicitors for World Mental Health Day 2019 (10 October).
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