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A statement from the Law Society president, vice president, deputy vice president and chief executive in response to George Floyd's death.
The Law Society has responded to the SRA's consultation on reforming the compensation fund.
We had a presence at a record of seven Prides - Bristol, Birmingham, London, Leeds, Newcastle, Cardiff and Manchester.
Amandeep Khasriya discusses the challenges lawyers are facing in lockdown.
Aoife Whitford talks about the need for better data to create meaningful improvement in pay equality.
Jonathan Gilmour is a partner at Travers Smith.
Ruth Ormston and Tessa Jones from the Mindfulness in Law Group explain what mindfulness is, and how it might help solicitors during the coronavirus pandemic.
Meet the members of the Lawyers with Disabilities Committee
Jonathan Andrews, associate at Reed Smith, shares his experience as a junior lawyer and entering the 2019 Law Society Excellence Awards.
Debbie Foster and Natasha Hirst share how they've been disseminating the findings of the Legally Disabled research project.
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