Since 1990 women have represented over 60 per cent of new entrants into the profession, and our Annual Statistics report for 2017 revealed there are now more women than men practicing as solicitors.
These statistics and role models are encouraging, yet it is clear that more can still be done.
One of the Law Society's key aims is to develop an international platform for women and men to discuss how to support women in leadership roles in the profession.
This event celebrates the achievements of inspirational women who have reached senior positions in the profession. It will be livestreamed on 12 September.
Linden Thomas, President of Birmingham Law Society, discusses three new initiatives to address gender inequality at the most senior levels of the law.
The Law Society, the Bar Council and the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives launch a Woman in Law Pledge to build a more equal profession for all.
This report aims to complement the largest quantitative global survey on women in the law undertaken by the Law Society.
Professional bodies around the world have a key role in achieving global gender equality in the law, the Law Society of England and Wales said today.
Alongside the Bar Council of England and Wales and the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, we are pleased to launch the Women in Law pledge.
Emily Cooper explains why you should attend our international symposium on the power of gender equality to transform the business of law.
The Law Society has released its academic findings on the position of women solicitors in the profession.
This report examines the top findings from the 225 women's roundtable discussions held as part of our Women in Leadership in Law project.
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.