Our survey aims to find out how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the working practices of disabled lawyers in England and Wales.
Jonathan Andrews shares his experience as a junior lawyer and entering the 2019 Law Society Excellence Awards.
Debbie Foster, professor of employment relations and diversity, and Natasha Hirst, independent disability researcher, are leading the Legally Disabled research project.
This LGBT History Month, we celebrated intersectionality, looked at the Equality Act 2010 and highlighted the experiences of LGBT+ disabled people.
Natasha Hirst tells us more about the “Legally Disabled?” research team and the series of focus groups held around the UK with disabled legal professionals.
We spoke with Whitney Joseph about her role as a social mobility ambassador and the bias, challenges and positives of social mobility.
Lawyers with Disabilities Committee member Antonio DiAngela takes a look at how lawtech will shape the future of the profession and why it matters to disabled people.
Sarah Alonge and Kayleigh Leonie discuss the changing profile of the lawyer and the impact this can have on an individual's mental health.
Harun Tulunay sits down with Yasmin Sheikh to discuss his experience as a gay and ethnic minority man living with HIV.
Kayleigh Leonie speaks about her role on Council, the results of the resilience and wellbeing survey, and mental health awareness.
Yasmin Sheikh, vice chair of the Lawyers with Disabilities Division, sits down with Sarah Alonge to discuss disability and intersectionality.
Professor Debbie Foster and Dr Natasha Hirst are conducting groundbreaking research into the experiences of disabled people in the legal profession.