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 LGBT+ Lawyers Division collaborated with a number of firms and organisations across England and Wales to mark LGBT History Month 2019.
As an Asian woman, mother and lawyer, Amandeep Khasriya is passionate about raising awareness of the barriers faced by women in law.
Our president Christina blogs that International Women's Day is a chance to celebrate and remember the pioneers who have gone before us, and to take stock of all that has been achieved.
Members of our LGBT+ Lawyers Division committee share what LGBT History Month means to them, how they mark it, and why it is still important.
Tim Barnden gives an overview of LGBT+ immigration rights and the specific challenges for LGBT+ individuals moving around the world.
The lord chief justice highlighted the importance of judicial diversity at the Treasurer's Lecture 2019.
As with many good things in life, the London Bisexual Network (LBN) started over a bottle of wine in a noisy City bar, explains Max Rossiter, trainee solicitor.
Rachel Brushfield, the talent liberator, is delivering a workshop on 12 March focusing on confidence building, self-awareness, and personal leadership
The LGBT+ Lawyers Division is looking for four new members of the division's steering committee.
We spoke with Katrina Robinson, chair of the Law Society's LGBT+ Lawyers Division Committee about her experiences and aspirations for the division.
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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.