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:
There should be zero tolerance of workplace bullying and harassment in all its forms.
All employers have a duty of care to protect staff from unlawful discrimination in whatever form it may take.
I was born and raised in Nigeria, West Africa, and for as long as I can remember I wanted to be a lawyer.
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.
There are many reasons why we as a profession need to get better at accommodating people with disabilities.
Our thought leadership programme of events brings together representatives from the legal, political, business and third sectors to discuss ideas.
The LGBT+ Lawyers Division is proud to launch its inaugural essay competition.
In this podcast three members of our LGBT+ Lawyers Division discuss the need to reform the Gender Recognition Act 2004.
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.
This year marks the 9th year in which the Law Society is celebrating Black History Month. It's particularly heartening to see the number of Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) solicitors has continued to increase.
Free and confidential support and advice for Law Society members and employees of law firms. Call us on 020 7320 5675.
Join us on Tuesday 12 March for a workshop focused on empowerment and confidence building, part of our International Women's Day activities.