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To celebrate Black History Month, Nimmisha Aslam, Yetunde Dania and Isaac Eloi discuss the experiences of black LBGT+/ally members of the legal profession
Our guidance for employers covers best practice for safeguarding and promoting the resilience and wellbeing of employees in the workplace.
Jerry Garvey, Law Society diversity and inclusion adviser, asks the hard question.
Our LGBT+ Lawyers Division committee members discuss ongoing issues with LGBT+ equality with James Welch, who acted in the groundbreaking Walker case.
Kayleigh Arthurs writes about her experience with the Diversity Access Scheme and offers her advice to prospective applicants.
In the build-up to Black History Month, we hear the thoughts of one of the speakers at our inspirational evening on 4 October.
Angeli talks to us about Diwali, why it's important to mark faith holidays, and what her work with the EMLD and HLA entails.
Netanya Clixby and Chris Seel talk about why Bi Visibility Day (23 September) is important and bust some bi-myths.
Siddique Patel, solicitor at Shoosmiths specialising in Islamic family law, discusses a campaign for equality for faith marriages.
We are looking for new members to join the Women Lawyers Division steering committee. Find out more and how to apply.
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