EVENT: The launch of the 2012 Diversity League Table, featuring the UK Diversity Legal Awards

| 30/10/2012 | 0 Comments

The launch of the 2012 BSN Diversity League Table, featuring the UK Diversity Legal Awards 2012 takes place on Wednesday 14th November 2011 at the Law Society in London.

This year, the 7th edition of the BSN Diversity League Tables looks at the all-important rankings and we see who’s come out on top across the various tables. It also features and uncovers a number of interesting points. On gender publication looks at how women are getting on board in a leading City firm. There’s also an interview with one of the new Equality Ministers. On ethnicity, the DLT explores how firms compare to Chambers in relation to black lawyers, with interesting results. It also considers the Paralympic Games and the potential business case for diversity.

UK Diversity Legal Awards are presented in the categories of: ‘Attracting Talent’, ‘Retaining Talent’ and ‘Promoting Talent’. Awards are also presented for ‘Firm of the Year’ and ‘Chambers of the Year’.

The overall event will include presentations, the ‘Diversity Lecture’ by the internationally respected Werten Bellamy and ‘About Diversity’, the audience Q&A part of the event.

The 2012 Diversity Legal Awards are sponsored by K&L Gates, Shoosmiths and the SRA. The host sponsor is the Law Society.

This event is free to attend and all attendees will receive a complimentary copy of the new 2012 Diversity League Table publication.

Places are limited and registration is required.

To see the full programme and to book your place, please click on the link below to use the 30 second online registration form:  Click here for the event programme information and to book a place

For more information email: diversity@blacksolicitorsnetwork.co.uk


Satsuma are the organisers of the Diversity Legal Awards and Project-Managers & Publishers of the Diversity League Table, on behalf of the Black Solicitors Network (BSN)


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