This article demonstrates women's rights evolution, their determination to fight for their rights, their wish to be on an equal foot with mens.
The recent Supreme Court appointments marked a significant step towards a more diverse selection of Supreme Court Justices. Lady Hale has become the first ever female Supreme Court President, with Lady Justice Black becoming only the second ever female Supreme Court…
Well, its about time. Nine months of management elections will come to an end in April to give way to the senior partner elections. London partner Aedamar Comiskey, who specialises in public and private M&A as well as corporate governance…
Emma McDermott writes on the immutable judiciary of law systems across the world, discussing the reasons, and possibly the solutions, for a change in the courtrooms of today.
From Monday 1 December, both men and women will be entitled to paid leave due to the birth of a child after April 5 2015. Women will be given the choice of sharing their parental employment rights with their partner.…
Ornela Markaj takes a look at gender diversity within the legal profession since The Equality Act 2010, assessing whether anything has changed or if there is still that 'glass ceiling'.
Simi Gupta takes a look at the rising number of woman entering the legal profession, while also debating whether there should be calls for even more to become lawyers in this age of apparent equality
Nishi Sumaria discusses same sex marriage and the important step towards equality that has been taken following the recent legalisation of same sex marriage in Britain.
Simi Gupta discusses gender pay gap inequality in the UK and around the world, and the role that legislation and case law have played.
Emily McQuilkin on whether the changes are really being made when it comes to marriage and civil partnerships.<