The Law Society is committed to promoting inclusion in the legal profession, reflecting the diversity of our society. The Women Lawyers Division supports and advises all women solicitors and aspiring women solicitors, from trainees to retirees. We provide an opportunity for women solicitors to have their voice for heard. Our members work in private practice, and in-house within corporate, public sector and not-for-profit organisations.
We are dedicated to meeting the needs of all women solicitors. We deliver key news, regulatory and management information and bring together our services that are relevant to you.
Make your voice heard by engaging with the Law Society on diversity matters. Membership of the Women Lawyers Division is free, and is open to all solicitors, aspiring solicitors and their allies. Members benefit from:
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Find out about the WLD committee
Coral Hill is Associate Professor at The University of Law and a non-practising solicitor. She reviews The Sex Discrimination Act 1919 and where the profession is now.
We run training courses to help solicitor advocates working with children and vulnerable witnesses practise more effectively.
100 years ago today, the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act was passed, allowing women to qualify as solicitors and barristers.
100 years ago today, the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act was passed. Amandeep Khasriya writes on its significance for women in Law.
Dana Denis-Smith, founder of the First 100 Years project, looks at how far women in law have come and what still needs to change.
Advice on using social media to promote your business and the benefits and risks of using social media.
This practice note sets out guidance on identifying and managing situations where a conflict of interest arises.
This practice note sets out guidance on the information that must be included on your letterhead, website and emails.
This practice note covers what information you need to provide to your client, whether that is in your client letter, at an initial interview, or in whatever context you are providing legal services.
Catherine Slattery, member of the Women Lawyers Division Committee, writes on what firms can do to make progress on equal pay.
Free and confidential support and advice for Law Society members and employees of law firms. Call us on 020 7320 5675.
On Thursday 5 March 12:30 join us as we discuss the impact of recent sexual misconduct cases on the legal sector, the SRAs approach to such cases and practical advice on handling complaints.