Diversity

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Northern Ireland solicitors, trainees, legal executives, legal analysts and paralegals have been invited to take part in a new equality and diversity survey. The survey, being conducted by the Law Society of Northern Ireland's human rights and equality group, aims to provide a snapshot of the solici

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Ronan Daly Jermyn (RDJ) has been awarded the Investors in Diversity Silver mark from the Irish Centre for Diversity in recognition of its commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace. The Investors in Diversity equality, diversity and inclusion accreditation mark programme is run

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Ronan Daly Jermyn has launched new scholarships aimed at supporting Black, Asian or minority ethnic law students at University College Cork. The Ronan Daly Jermyn Diversity Scholarship will provide successful students a scholarship of €5,000 as well as a work placement or internship with RDJ.

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Matheson has shared its "diversity and inclusion journey" with Irish business leaders at the National Diversity and Inclusion Conference. Chairperson Tara Doyle spoke at the conference's first session – “Diversity & Inclusion in Action” – alongside representatives from AM

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Matheson, in association with Trinity College Dublin (TCD), has named law student Niall Brennan as the 2020 winner of the firm’s Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship. The scholarship is open to second-year undergraduate law students at TCD who are either on the Higher Education Access Route (HE

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Solicitor firms have been invited to sign up to the Law Society of Ireland's new Gender Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (GEDI) charter. Signing the charter is a public commitment from a firm to "taking the necessary steps to promote gender equality, diversity and inclusion in your workplace and in

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The Law Society of Ireland has launched a new Gender Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Task Force to promote equality, diversity and inclusion in the Society and the solicitors’ profession. The Task Force comprises 16 members from various minority, disability, LGBT+ and socio-economic backgrou

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