Free Webinar: The Power of a Diverse Law Firm

Diversity and inclusivity in the legal sector are paramount for building a just, innovative, and vibrant future. However, despite steady advancements, progress remains slow. So how can you take the first steps towards changing this for good?

By joining Clio for a 60-minute panel webinar,  “The Power of a Diverse Law Firm”, on Wednesday, July 12th.

Your seat is free but booking is essential: Register today.

What you can expect

Erin Leonty, VP of Social Purpose at Clio, will moderate a panel of industry experts from the UK  and together, they’ll delve into:

  • The current state of diversity and inclusion in the UK legal industry
  • Obstacles facing law firms and individuals regarding diversity
  • Practical actions small and large firms can implement to foster and maintain diversity and inclusion

How technology and hybrid work models can democratise legal practice and promote inclusivity

This webinar will equip you with essential insights and strategies to shape your firm’s diversity and inclusion practices, contributing to a more representative and resilient legal profession.

Panellists include:

  • Dana Denis Smith, Founder of Obelisk Support
  • Jonathan Patel, Senior Consultant of Talent at Aspiring Solicitors
  • Naeema Yaqoob Sajid, Solicitor, Founder of Diversity+ and Co-founder of The Scottish Ethnic Minorities Lawyers Association (SEMLA)

(For more information on any of the speakers, or to secure your spot, click here.)

Join Clio and our panel of expert speakers for:

The Power of a Diverse Law Firm

Event date: Wednesday, 12th July 2023

Event time: 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. BST

Venue: Online via Zoom

Cost: Free (registering is essential)

Register now

This article was submitted to be published by Clio as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Conveyancer. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Conveyancer.

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