D&I

Gender Diversity in Law Firms

Gender diversity in law firms positively impacts law firm success, research by Acritas and Thomson Reuters shows, with gender diverse teams in law firms achieving

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Embracing the responsibility to inspire others

EQUAL in LEGAL is all about sharing knowledge on EQUALITY in the legal ecosystem. As a community, we want to learn from each other, connect people and together make the world a little better.
We will share stories and articles on EQUALITY related topics like Diversity & Inclusion, Pro-Bono/Volunteering, Access to Justice, Talent & Education and Sustainability.
Most of all we want to do it TOGETHER with all parties within the legal ecosystem; reach out, collaborate, share & connect.
D&I

Can in-house legal drive D&I?

Susie Beaumont and Craig Allwright – both in-house lawyers at the OLX Group – inspire us with their approach towards Diversity & Inclusion. “We regard D&I as a “business imperative” that needs to be at the heart of everything we do.

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Equality and Reputation

Few professions are currently in a better place to change the world when it comes to the pursuit of equality than the legal profession.

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Randstad Global Legal Team: Get inspired!

Contribution by Randstad Global Legal


After exploring the theory around D&I for some time, the in-house legal team at Randstad Global wanted to go beyond the policy on paper. They felt it was time to put D&I in practice. Randstad Global Legal offered Hamza Enes Kaya, a Turkish lawyer and political refugee in the Netherlands, an internship within their department.

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Male Allyship & the Future of Work Report

One of the reasons that women have not advanced in equal pay, parental leave, and equitable hiring and promotion is because women have lacked male allies in the workplace. Male allyship is critical in the evolution of gender equality programs in the workplace. A new research report on allyship by future legal leaders was recently released.

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