Cognitive Diversity, by Tunde Okewale

October 9, 2015
Tunde Okewale

Tunde Okewale, barrister at Doughty Street Chambers, founder of Urban Lawyers and dedicated diversity champion, blogs for Chambers Diversity as we continue our celebration of Black History Month. There is a growing movement in the legal profession to create a more diverse workforce. This has led to a large number of diversity projects and access […]


October 7, 2015
Karen Jackson

Everybody wants to be different, to stand out. That was certainly the approach Karen Jackson, Senior Solicitor of didlaw, took when envisioning the practice of her boutique law firm specialising in discrimination around disability and workplace health issues. From the approachable tone of voice to the personalised greetings card that each client receives, didlaw is […]

Chambers Women in Law Latin America Awards: Winners

October 6, 2015
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Since 2012, gender diversity in Latin America has been of paramount importance to Chambers & Partners and of great personal importance to me. Being in Latin America, feels like home. I am honoured to meet intelligent, inspiring women each time I visit. Over the last 3 years, I have seen a growing awareness in this […]


October 1, 2015
Black History Month

Chambers Diversity is celebrating Black History Month! Throughout October we will be posting articles to shine a spotlight on the great successes that black, minority and ethnic lawyers have enjoyed, as well as the issues they still face to achieve equality in the legal profession. From shining a spotlight on diversity champions, to raising awareness of […]


October 1, 2015
Chambers Diversity

We are delighted to announce the full shortlist for our inaugural Chambers Women in Law Awards: Latin America 2015 ceremony, taking place today, October 1 2015, in São Paulo. With over two years of extensive research into gender diversity in Latin America, and four seminars on the topic hosted in São Paulo in the last […]

Female Partners in France: From Policy to Reality

September 21, 2015

The past few years have seen considerable changes in France’s approach to gender equality. In 2012, the government nominated the country’s first Minister for Women’s Rights, Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, and August 2014 saw the introduction of ‘loi pour l’égalité réelle entre les femmes et les hommes’, or the ‘law on real gender equality’.  The law aimed […]