We recommend that a common-sense approach is undertaken in relation to the forthcoming global business mobility route, as well as any changes to the ICT route.
Shameem, Sam and Alice discuss the challenges and opportunities that exist for people from lower socio-economic backgrounds trying to achieve partnership.
Imposter syndrome is common in many walks of life, the legal industry included. Anita Gohil-Thorp, explains how to recognise the signs, and how individuals and organisations can tackle it.
Our strategic partner Wesleyan lists five factors to consider when deciding whether your people should work from home, the office, or a mix of both.
We’re holding a free diversity and inclusion conference with Leeds Law Society from Tuesday 14 to Thursday 30 September.
We’re celebrating Pride virtually by asking members to tell their stories to acknowledge and appreciate the diverse identities and experiences within the LGBT+ community.
To mark the anniversary of our Women in Law Pledge, Amandeep Khasriya, Leela Fair and Ania Rontaler discuss intersectionality, their work on gender equality, and the importance of diversity and inclusion.
On the 73rd anniversary of the Empire Windrush arriving in Britain, here are five ways to support the Windrush generation
In this article, Lewis Silkin discuss their experience with our Women in Law Pledge to mark the two-year anniversary of its launch.
Your weekly update from the Law Society’s public affairs team on all the latest developments and debates in Parliament and across Whitehall.
Fiona Daniel considers how law firms can continue and improve support for all women in the workplace
Elizabeth Robertson discusses her own journey into the legal profession and her passion for the law being an accessible and feasible career for everyone.