Can you ask that? Real talk with Indigenous lawyers

Equity is well and good, in theory. But how far is the legal profession from really achieving equitable outcomes for First Nations Australians? We ask…

Admitting the difference: New lawyers set to shape NSW

The legal profession is more diverse than it has ever been. Our newest lawyers are chasing goals so big they could change the way we…

A profession for the wealthy? The enduring problem for diversity in law

It is said that those who come to equity must come with clean hands. But what of those who come to the law with empty…

Unconscious bias: a persistent challenge for female lawyers

Unconscious bias and insights about how your firm can be a positive model for change.

Women lawyers outnumber men; Indigenous numbers lagging

A new report has shed light on the changing face of  Australia’s legal profession.

A different coloured future

Winner of the 2019 NSW Young Lawyers Golden Gavel competition, DHANU ELIEZER, shares her vision for a different kind of managing partner.

Year 101: What next for women in law?

It is 101 years since Australian women won the right to practise law in NSW, but barriers to gender equality remain.

Building diversity in the legal profession

More law firms are making diversity and inclusion a priority, but success requires establishing a business case, a considered approach, and strong leadership. 

The four stages of gender inequality awareness

Dr Kirstin Ferguson spent her early career in blissful ignorance of gender inequality in the workplace. Eventually, the evidence became undeniable.

The burden of unconscious bias

The diversity of Australian law firms doesn’t reflect that of our society. We need to improve diversity at all levels – not just in terms…