24 June 2019
In 1981, women and children walked over 100 miles to the Berkshire USAF base to protest against planned storage of nuclear cruise missiles.
17 June 2019
One of the first women solicitors in England and Wales, Mary deserves to be remembered.
Excerpts from Solicitors Journal 1919 show an attitude towards women in the profession that still casts a shadow today.
29 April 2019
Bebb case demonstrates the hostility women had to endure in order to achieve formal equality.
The day the Law Society backed legislation to secure the admission of women to the legal profession.
25 March 2019
The women who came before the first solicitors and barristers - earlier attempts to open up the legal profession.
11 March 2019
New Law Society research confirms that tackling unconscious bias, fair pay and promoting widespread flexible working are key elements needed to achieve gender equality in the legal profession.
How legislation allowing women into the law made the statute books.
There is a great imbalance in how the hostile environment treats women.
In another 100 years, gender equality must be a given rather than a conversation. But change has to come from the top.
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