“I’m fundamentally opposed to quotas for women in the same way that I would be for quotas for blue eyed people”
We are pleased to attach a link to the final report from that seminar, which covered thought-provoking ideas and challenges discussed on how firms may seek to break down the barriers that may be preventing greater gender diversity in law firm partnerships, including adopting supportive workplace mentoring initiatives, flexible working and family friendly rights and even considering changes to traditional partnership structures to remove obstacles to female lawyer promotion, progression and retention.
Clare Maurice, Founding Partner at Maurice Turnor Gardner LLP,
Anne O’Neill, Partner at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, and
David Shufflebotham, Chief People Officer at Osborne Clark.
Please click here for the full Report.
and accounting specialist advisers,
Buzzacott LLP, Maurice Turnor Gardner LLP, CM Murray LLP & Hierons LLP
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