Social Mobility: “Too Little, Too Late?” – DMJ Legal’s diversity event, dates announced

| 13/04/2012 | 0 Comments

Leading London-based recruitment agency DMJ Legal and international law firm King & Spalding have joined forces to host a diversity seminar entitled “Social Mobility: Too Little, Too Late?”. The event will take place in the evening of the 10th May 2012 and will be held at King & Spalding’s London office in the City.

The keynote speech will be delivered by Phil Walker, CEO of Summerswood Ltd and former Chief Operating Officer of Capgemini

The event will also include a panel discussion on the topic of social mobility and the legal profession.

Chaired by Suzanne Rab, Partner at King & Spalding, the panel line up will feature: John Collins (Director, RBS Legal and Deputy Group General Counsel), Helen Mahy (General Counsel, National Grid) and Oba Nsugbe QC (Joint Head of Chambers at 3 Pump Court Chambers).

The sponsors have ensured that the “Social Mobility: Too Little, Too Late?” event is free to attend.

The event starts at 6.30pm and to secure one of the limited places, interested persons must RSVP to: Chika Okeke at DSMJ Legal by Wednesday 25th April 2012. By email: or by phone: 0203 058 1453.


King & Spalding is an international law firm with over 800 lawyers and a strong commitment to equality and diversity.

DMJ Legal is a reputable London-based recruitment agency with a strong commitment to equality and diversity best practice. They were also sponsors of the “Retention” category of 2011 UK Diversity Legal Awards.

The UK Diversity Legal Awards are produced and event-managed by Satsuma. Satsuma seeks to support all diversity and inclusion initiatives organised by our partners throughout the year.

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