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.
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Dame Janet Gaymer examines the future of working in law, and how firms will need to adapt in order to retain talent.
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Ruihua Wang and Marcia Longdon explore why BAME women have different experiences in the workplace to their white women peers.
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.
As an Asian woman, mother and lawyer, Amandeep Khasriya is passionate about raising awareness of the barriers faced by women in law.
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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.