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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.
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.
Law Society president Christina Blacklaws today reiterated that we will not tolerate sexual harassment or bullying in the legal sector.
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.
As the solicitor profession becomes increasingly diverse, pressure is growing for greater equality in the workplace, the Law Society said.
The largest international survey of women in the law has been released to mark International Women's Day 2018, shedding light on the road to gender equality.
Law Society president Joe Egan, vice president Christina Blacklaws and deputy vice president Simon Davis made a joint statement asserting that everyone has a duty to help end harassment of any kind.
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