The InterLaw Diversity Forum has more than 5000 members and supporters from over 215 law firms and chambers, and 285 corporates and financial institutions. Since its founding in 2008, the InterLaw Diversity Forum has expanded its scope to encompass all strands of diversity and inclusion (including social mobility), with a particular focus on cultural change in the workplace and 'multiple identities'/intersectionality. The InterLaw Diversity Forum holds monthly panel-discussion meetings for both its LGBT+ and BAME Networks, and bi-monthly meetings for its ENABLE (dis)Ability Network. Its mentoring programme, InterLawConnect, launched in 2018. The Apollo Project seeks out evidence-based examples of best practice for inclusive workplace cultures and provides these as a free resource that other organisations can adapt to their specific needs. Its Purple Reign art project features LGBT+ and ally role models, focusing on intersectionality. Its 2012 report, Career Progression in the Legal Sector,is now being updated for 2018 with new research data. Its annual charity fundraiser, the Winter Carnival, has to date has raised over £400,000 for the Albert Kennedy Trust and Switchboard LGBT+ Helpline.