Keith Winestein shares how discrimination against the LGBT+ community impacted his mental wellbeing and explores how we can support our colleagues.
To mark LGBT+ History Month, our LGBT+ Lawyers Division explores bullying and harassment faced by the LGBT+ community in the workplace.
In this article for LGBT+ History Month, Morgan Wolfe discusses allyship at work.
Details of the members of the Law Society's LGBT+ Lawyers Division Committee.
In this article marking LGBT History Month, Imogen Hamblin explores two facets of her identity – her faith and her sexuality.
To mark LGBT History Month, Justin Farrance shares his personal experience of coming out at work, including the challenges he faced, and overcame, and the positive impact to his personal and professional life.
In this article for LGBT History Month, Katie Lewis introduces us to asexuality and offers some helpful tips on being an ally.
To mark LGBT+ History Month, we're asking you to complete a survey asking about your experiences of being LGBT+ at work or an LGBT+ ally.
In this article to mark LGBT History Month, members of our LGBT+ Lawyers Division Committee share inspirational LGBT+ people from history who worked within, or directly impacted, the legal profession.
It can be challenging to navigate vocabulary within the diversity and inclusion sphere, but language and terminology play a valuable role in driving inclusion.
In our latest podcast we're joined by Steven McIntyre, CEO of Stonewall Housing, which works to ensure LGBT+ people live in safer homes and free from fear.
Robin White, Lui Asquith and Imogen Hamblin discuss implications of the Taylor vs Jaguar Land Rover case on gender fluid, non-binary and transgender inclusion.