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The Next 100 Years, the successor project to the First 100 Years, is launching a competition to find 100 "powerful group photos" that encapsulate the legal profession today. This year is the centenary of the first four women to be admitted to the Law Society of England and Wales – Carrie Morri

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DLA Piper is celebrating International Women’s Day with an online event designed to #BreakTheBias around climate change and gender. The event will be held in conjunction with the firm's gender balance network Leadership Alliance for Women (LAW) on Thursday. Salla Tuominen, a partner in DLA Pip

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Alison Marshall discusses women’s rights and discrimination, problems with the gender pay gap and parental leave, changes in legislation and the road to gender equality. Recent years have seen us celebrate the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in the UK. It’s now 50 years since

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MacRoberts has announced the appointment of two female partners to its management board on International Women’s Day. Commercial dispute resolution partner Gillian Craig, who has been with MacRoberts since 2002, and construction partner Jennifer McKay, who joined the firm in 2001, ha

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Today is International Women’s Day – a day for celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, whilst also marking a call to action to accelerate gender equality. This year the campaign is #BalanceforBetter – recognising that everyone has a part to p

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Greenock solicitors are to have their first female dean of the town’s faculty of procurators. Jill Carrick was appointed dean of the Faculty of Procurators in Greenock, the first woman to take up the post in the organisation’s 200-year history, at the faculty’s annual general meeti

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