Law Society: BHM regional event

Black History Month goes regional and for the third time will be staging an Inspirational event in the Midlands. Black History Month goes regional and for the third time will be staging an Inspirational event in the Midlands. The event will be hosted by Irwin Mitchell, one of the UK’s largest and most respected law.. read more →

21 Oct 2016
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Law Society: BHM Inspiration event

NOTICED, which is supported by the Law Society, encourages you to attend the Law Society’s annual Black History Month Inspiration evening which brings together an impressive line-up of inspiring lawyers. In a highly competitive profession which presents innumerable challenges, the Law Society profiles and celebrates lawyers who have faced and overcame obstacles on their professional.. read more →

07 Oct 2016
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Law Society: Sisters in Law – opening the discussion – Exploring the issues that impact BAME women in the profession

Event Date: 3rd October 2016 Are you interested in hearing from passionate researchers, having your voice heard and promoting the interests of BAME women solicitors everywhere? Current research tends to categorise and define women lawyers as one homogenous group, however there is little evidence that this captures the experiences of BAME women lawyers. Whilst there.. read more →

03 Oct 2016
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Law Society: BME speed networking event

Event Date: 27th September 2016 Law Society: BME speed networking event NOTICED, which is supported by the Law Society, encourages you to attend the Law Society’s second BAME networking event which brings together junior lawyers with senior lawyers from private practice and in-house. For practical advice on career development and progression this is a must.. read more →

27 Sep 2016
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Law Society: Increasing diversity in the volunteer community event

Event Date: 20th September The Law Society is keen to attract and recruit more diverse Council and committee members. The Law Society is keen to encourage greater diversity in the composition of its Council policy committees and Divisions. For example, we believe that women, BAME, LGBT and younger solicitors and solicitors with disabilities are under.. read more →

20 Sep 2016
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