• The InterLaw Diversity Forum collaborated with The Law Society in 2018 on our Gender Equality Initiative, from which we will launch our new Women's Network in 2020.​

  • The Apollo Project, in partnership with the Financial Times, held an annual, cross-sector competition for four years (2014-17), seeking out evidence-based examples of best practice for inclusive workplace cultures.  We provide these as a free resource that other organisations can adapt to their specific needs, and are continuing to build up an open-source library of effective D&I interventions, based on learnings from the Apollo Project.​


  • The Apollo Leadership Institute is a global hub for General Counsel and senior in-house lawyers from all sectors, and focuses on inclusive leadership and culture, diversity and inclusion, and the creation of meritocratic workplaces.


  • InterLawConnect, our mentoring programme, has been specifically designed to help diverse lawyers with their career progression, professional development, and networking skills.

  • InterLaw Diversity Forum Student Lab is a one-day event for to support high-potential, diverse students from all UK universities and backgrounds on their career journey by connecting them with their peers, law firms, barristers' chambers, and corporate institutions through panel events, interactive skills-based workshops, and a law fair.    


  • The Purple Reign Project is a multi-media initiative of the InterLaw Diversity Forum which uses photography, film, biographies, and podcasts to capture the images, ideas, and stories of inspiring LGBT+ and ally role models drawn from the fields of law, business, activism, the arts, government and sports.

  • Our annual charity fundraiser, the Winter Carnival, has to date raised over £400,000 for the Albert Kennedy Trust and Switchboard LGBT+ Helpline.   Since 2008, the InterLaw Diversity Forum has raised well over £450,000 for various charities.

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