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:
The LDD and Macmillan Cancer Support have outlined the key steps your firm can take to support employees with cancer and other 'invisible' disabilities in the workplace.
In our busiest Pride Season yet, the Law Society and its LGBT+ Lawyers Division had a presence at five Prides - Birmingham, London, Leeds, Cardiff and Manchester.
Ahead of Bi-visibility Day, Netanya Clixby busts some common myths about bisexuality.
In 2011, Gordons decided to take action to address the issue of social mobility within the legal profession by launching its Gordons Apprenticeshop Programme.
Find out more about how the Law Society is supporting people who are neurodivergent.
On 26 February, the UK Society of Chinese Lawyers (UKSCL) held the annual Chinese New Year reception at the Law Society. The event was an annual celebration of the Chinese New Year, achievements of the UKSCL in the past year, and plans for the year ahead.
Nimmisha Aslam, associate at Russell-Cooke LLP, was invited to speak at a meeting celebrating LGBT History Month and BAME (Black Asian and Minority Ethnic) voices and intersectionality.
Sarah Gregory, Inclusion and Diversity partner at Baker McKenzie discusses inclusion and diversity in the profession.
Catherine Slattery, solicitor at Irwin Mitchell and Women Lawyers Division committee member, talks about the new Emmeline Pankhurst statue to be installed in Manchester city centre.
How to apply to become a social mobility ambassador.
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