How to transform D&I from buzzwords to actual results: things you can do

Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) – We have all heard these two buzzwords being used together a million times, but in reality they rarely go hand in hand. Many law firms have now set hiring or promotion targets – this may boost diversity numbers, but this does not naturally lead you to achieving inclusion. In fact,.. read more →

BAME: more harm than good?

The word “BAME” is a commonly used acronym for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic. In many ways the terminology has become an umbrella term to describe anything “non-white”. But what does it actually mean to be BAME? And is grouping “non-white” as BAME a good thing or does it oversimplify and remove the cultural and.. read more →

Thursday 6 July – Legal Cheek and NOTICED invite students to: How to make it as a City lawyer?

Legal Cheek and NOTICED invite students to:  How to make it as a City lawyer? Solicitors from our member firms Herbert Smith Freehills, Hogan Lovells and Mayer Brown join experts from NOTICED’s committee, BPP University Law School and PRIME to help prep students – for free – ahead of the training contract application deadline. With.. read more →

06 Jul 2017
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The McGregor-Smith Review: Steps each employer should take

The McGregor-Smith Review: Steps each employer should take Following the Davies Review for gender diversity and the Parker Review for BAME representation in the boardroom, the McGregor-Smith Review which was launched earlier this year highlights the business, and moral, case for BAME inclusion and progression in the workplace. The review notes that one in eight.. read more →

Judiciary’s Report on Progress and Diversity Action Plan

Judiciary’s Report on Progress and Diversity Action Plan The Judicial Diversity Committee of the Judge’s Council recently published its Report on Progress for April 2016 – March 2017 and revealed its first Diversity Action Plan for the coming year. Last year saw some great initiatives, aimed at achieving greater diversity within the ranks of the.. read more →