Upcoming Events

Past Events

  • UK MDS: Q&A for Law Firm Participants
    Webinar
    15 Jul, 17:00 – 18:15
    Webinar
    Event description and live registration link to follow shortly
  • Legal Pride 2021 | Active and Intersectional Allyship
    Supported by Macfarlanes
    30 Jun, 17:00 – 18:15 BST
    Supported by Macfarlanes
  • Legal Pride 2021 | The Past, Present, and Future of LGBT+ Rights
    Supported by Addleshaw Goddard
    16 Jun, 17:00 – 19:00 BST
    Supported by Addleshaw Goddard
    Please join us for a very special part of our Legal Pride 2021 celebration where we explore the past, the present, and the future of LGBT+ rights and activism in the United Kingdom and across the globe with a panel of intersectional icons who were seminal in the birth of modern LGBT+ movement.
  • Legal Pride 2021 | Launch of the LGBT+ Fact Sheet
    Supported by Freshfields
    19 May, 17:00 – 18:15 BST
    Supported by Freshfields
  • UK Model Diversity Survey: Hear from our client signatories
    Webinar
    12 May, 17:00 – 18:15 BST
    Webinar
    Join us for a panel discussion to hear from a range of clients who are signatories to the UK Model Diversity Survey (UK MDS). Speakers include CBRE, HSBC, Visa Europe, Meggitt, Jefferies, and others.
  • Race & Ethnicity Network | Amplifying Asian Voices in the Legal Sector
    Supported by Sidley Austin
    05 May, 17:00 – 18:15 BST
    Supported by Sidley Austin
    Please join us for for this important session where we convene a space to amplify Asian voices in the legal sector so they can share their experiences and thoughts, as well as to provide their guidance to colleagues and employers on how to be better allies to support them.
  • Legal Pride 2021 | Exploring LGBT+ Rights in the UK and Across the Globe
    Supported by Fried Frank
    21 Apr, 17:00 – 18:15 BST
    Supported by Fried Frank
  • Women's History Month: The Evolution of Women in Leadership
    Webinar
    17 Mar, 18:00 – 19:00 GMT
    Webinar
    Continuing our celebration of International Women’s Day and as part of Parliament’s series of events to mark Women’s History Month, the InterLaw Diversity Forum is working with the House of Commons to invite leading, intersectional women to talk about their journey, challenges and successes.
  • Apollo Leadership Institute | Summit 2021
    Webinar
    10 Mar, 11:45 – 18:30 GMT
    Webinar
    We invite members of our Apollo Leadership Institute to join us for our first annual Summit on Wednesday, 10 March for an afternoon of programming from our faculty of experts and thought leaders on diversity, inclusion and culture in the legal sector.
  • Women's Network | International Women’s Day and the Legal Sector
    Supported by Arnold & Porter
    04 Mar, 17:00 – 18:30 GMT
    Supported by Arnold & Porter
    Please join our Women's Network for an innovative, intersectional, and interactive session to celebrate International Women’s Day and explore the role of women in the legal sector. We will discuss the theme for International Women's Day 2021,“Choose to Challenge”.
  • Race & Ethnicity Network | The Intersectionality of Race & Ethnicity and Women
    Supported by Cooley
    03 Mar, 17:00 – 18:15 GMT
    Supported by Cooley
    Please join us to celebrate International Women’s Day and explore the intersectionality of sex and race & ethnicity.We have assembled a panel of leading women of colour in law and business to share with us their insights and personal journeys, sharing their successes and challenges along the way.
  • LGBT+ History Month | Trans & Non-Binary Voices in the Legal Sector
    Supported by Latham & Watkins
    17 Feb, 17:00 – 18:15 GMT
    Supported by Latham & Watkins
    Please join our LGBT+ Network for a celebration of LGBT+ history month exploring trans and non-binary talent in the law.
  • The Created Forum
    Webinar
    22 Nov 2020, 12:00 – 18:00 GMT
    Webinar
    Join us in supporting women across the globe at an unforgettable one-day virtual event for the UN's Day for the Elimination of Violence against women. Join Dame Joan Collins, Baroness Patricia Scotland, Peaches Golding, Clare Balding, Sandie Okoro, Dame Fiona Woolf, Baria Almuddin and more.
  • 50:50 The Equality Project: Advancing Women’s Equality in the Legal Sector
    Supported by Addleshaw Goddard
    12 Nov 2020, 17:00 – 18:30 GMT
    Supported by Addleshaw Goddard
    The InterLaw Diversity Forum is now teaming up with the BBC’s 50:50 Equality Project in the legal sector to promote women’s equality through their proven and effective 50:50 methodology.
  • A Focus on LGBT+ and Mental Health with ELOP
    Supported by Arnold & Porter
    10 Nov 2020, 17:00 – 18:30 GMT
    Supported by Arnold & Porter
    Please join us for a special event with ELOP to explore LGBT+ and mental health. ELOP is a holistic lesbian and gay centre that offers a range of social, emotional and support services to LGBT+ communities, and their core services include counselling and young people’s services.
  • The UK Model Diversity Survey: Using Data to Accelerate Progress
    Webinar
    29 Oct 2020, 17:00 – 18:30
    Webinar
    The UK legal sector is plagued with challenges in the D&I space for a wide variety of reasons. Key to solving this is to create an efficient, standardised and transparent way for clients to collect D&I data from law firms and legal service providers.
  • Black History Month: Allies and Intersectionality
    Supported by Slater and Gordon
    28 Oct 2020, 17:00 – 18:30
    Supported by Slater and Gordon
    Join us as we explore how we can be better allies to Black, Asian and minority ethnic talent in the workplace. We will also discuss the importance of intersectionality when exploring equality in the workplace, as all groups exist across ‘multiple identities’.
  • Black History Month: LGBT+, Race & Ethnicity
    Supported by Weil
    21 Oct 2020, 17:15 – 18:45
    Supported by Weil
    Please join us as we continue our celebration of Black History Month with an exploration of the intersection of race & ethnicity with LGBT+. Joining us are top legal professionals and activists from the UK, the US and Africa who will share their career paths, experiences and insights.
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