Speaker Spotlight: Q&A With Helen Libson, Global Community Manager for Peerpoint by Allen & Overy

May 14, 2019 | Daisy Bernard

Helen Libson is the Global Community Manager for Peerpoint, Allen & Overy’s global platform for self-directed consultant lawyers.

Women in Law Summit 2019: What Not to Miss

May 13, 2019 | Daisy Bernard

Following 2018's sell-out event, the Women in Law Summit returns on 17th May at Olympia London.

Michael Banks: 'Why Self-Awareness is the Key to Great Leadership'

At this year's Women in Law Summit, we're delighted to be joined by Michael Banks and Chris Pether of PeopleSmart.fr.

A Guide to Managing Difficult Conversations

Catherine Brown practised as a barrister for 15 years at Kings Chambers in Manchester, and brings all of that experience with her into her coaching and training business, www.skilfulconversation.com. The subject of her flagship workshop, and a consistent theme in her...

Developing new skills and learning to sell yourself: Q&A with Cath Brown of Skilful Conversation

At this year's Women in Law Summit, we're thrilled to be joined by Catherine Brown of Skilful Conversation.

10 Female Lawyers You Need To Follow on Twitter

February 13, 2019 | D Cody

Twitter is a powerful tool for aspiring law professionals to build a reputation, as well as network with others. Whilst the social media platform can be erratic, it remains a useful means of building a circle of people in your industry, to share experiences and learn.

Everything You Need to Know About The Inns of Court

January 3, 2019 | Georgina Varley

Each Inn of Court has a long, exciting history with its own distinctive traditions. Here’s all you need to know about the Inns before you take your BPTC.

Women in Law: How To Be The Highest Paid Lawyer In Your Firm And The Skills You Need To Get There

December 13, 2018 | Georgina Varley

So, you want to be the highest paid lawyer in your firm? Here’s how to do it.

5 challenges women in law face in the early stages of their careers

December 5, 2018 | D Cody

The first year in any role can be the trickiest to navigate, and potentially have the biggest influence on the rest of your career. This is as true for young lawyers as it is for those in any difficult profession.

Linguistic stereotyping – it’s a thing.

In preparing for my workshop on age bias at the Women in Law Summit, I have been looking at the various ways in which unconscious bias affects recruitment, retention and career progression, particularly for women, LGBT+, BAME and people with disabilities.