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Why we should be advancing diversity though sponsorship and mentoring
Clare Butler
Why we should be advancing diversity though sponsorship and mentoring
It’s fair to say that there is a fairly ubiquitous understanding of the need for diversity at senior levels throughout ...
09/01/2017
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There are still too few female general counsels
Laurence Simons
There are still too few female general counsels
It’s long been known that females are, in general, under-represented in senior positions in the legal profession, but g...
29/11/2016
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Gender pay gulf retains the spotlight
Laurence Simons
Gender pay gulf retains the spotlight
We’ve spoken about the importance of pay parity and promoting women in law regularly in recent months, and a study from...
30/09/2016
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Why the gender pay gap is still an important an issue as ever
Laurence Simons
Why the gender pay gap is still an important an issue as ever
Pay scales are always a talking point in legal circles, and the gender pay gap is a particular pervasive topic at the moment....
05/09/2016
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Percentage of women moving up to senior roles drops 25% in top firms
Laurence Simons
Percentage of women moving up to senior roles drops 25% in top firms
There has been a lot of discussion in recent years about how to create an equal gender balance in the legal profession in t...
01/08/2016
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Women & Money - Tune in to Share Radio on 18 June - 10:30am
Laurence Simons
Women & Money - Tune in to Share Radio on 18 June - 10:30am
We're pleased to invite you to tune in to Share Radio on Saturday 18 June to listen to Sarah Pennells' Women & Money...
15/06/2016
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Most women in law feel their career progress has been hampered by their gender
Laurence Simons
Most women in law feel their career progress has been hampered by their gender
More than half of women with jobs in law – 62% – say their gender has hampered their career progress, acco...
13/06/2016
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Singapore sees female lawyers favour in-house roles
Victoria Jackson
Singapore sees female lawyers favour in-house roles
A far cry from the legal landscape of two decades ago, the number of women studying law and embarking on successful legal car...
06/06/2016
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Diversity pays off for both in-house and private practice legal teams
Laurence Simons
Diversity pays off for both in-house and private practice legal teams
The topic of diversity is a pervasive one in many legal circles and the benefits of a more diverse workforce are certainly be...
01/06/2016
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A win for gender equality among London firms
Laurence Simons
A win for gender equality among London firms
Eight UK law firms have been recognised in this year’s Top 50 Employers for Women league table for championing gender...
31/05/2016
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Introducing the Laurence Simons Women in Law logo
Laurence Simons
Introducing the Laurence Simons Women in Law logo
This is a great day for Laurence Simons. For some time now we've been hosting Women in Law events, including in London, Dubai...
31/05/2016
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Survey - Gender and quotas in the legal profession
Laurence Simons
Survey - Gender and quotas in the legal profession
This survey is now closed.  You can view the results in our report here. 
20/05/2016
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Scrutiny over partner pay likely to reveal pay gulf
Laurence Simons
Scrutiny over partner pay likely to reveal pay gulf
New regulations may be set to reveal disparities in pay between men and women in the UK’s leading law firms. Under new ...
09/05/2016
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