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.
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The legal professions of England and Wales - solicitors, barristers and chartered legal executives - are joining together to mark Pride 2019.
New research released by the Law Society suggests that how far senior women can go in their legal careers may well depend on where they live.
Talented trainee lawyers are invited to apply for a place on the profession's Diversity Access Scheme (DAS).
The largest international survey of women in the law has been released to mark International Women's Day 2018, shedding light on the road to gender equality.
The Law Society Group published its gender pay gap report, which details the combined results of the Law Society and SRA, which are one legal entity but operate independently.
Talented trainee lawyers are invited to apply for a coveted place on the profession's Diversity Access Scheme, the Law Society said as it opened recruitment.
Social mobility is as vital for the legal profession as it is for society, the Law Society of England and Wales said as it unveiled the third cohort of Solicitors for Social Mobility.
Solicitors firms make up nearly a third of organisations in the top 50 UK employers which have done the most to improve social mobility in the workplace.
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This two-day conference will bring together men and women from across the legal profession and other sectors to identify steps that are needed to achieve gender equality in the workplace.