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Amandeep Khasriya, associate solicitor at Moore Blatch, discusses what firms can do to retain talented women lawyers.
We worked with the Solicitors Regulation Authority and Stonewall to support a mentoring scheme that helped firms promote LGBT+ inclusivity.
We spoke to Koser about the Ethnic Minority Lawyers Divsion and its aims and objectives.
Mark Pentecost tells us about being a mature law student and becoming a solicitor.
Laura Thomas tells us about common misconceptions people have about Pride, how she has celebrated it and what being an 'ally' to the LGBT+ community means.
Many people find business networking daunting, and for LGBT+ people it has added complications. Our tips will help you get the most from networking events.
Kayleigh Leonie speaks about her role on Council, the results of the resilience and wellbeing survey, and mental health awareness.
Emily Cooper explains why you should attend our international symposium on the power of gender equality to transform the business of law.
We asked Jonathan Andrews to share his thoughts on representation of disabled lawyers, and common misconceptions about autism.
Maria Seale, Ethnic Minority Lawyers Division committee member, attended a Council meeting at the Law Society and shared her experiences.
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This event offers advice and support to mature students aspiring to become solicitors, including advice to help you identify key skills that can be transferred to the legal profession.