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New Law Leaders Call On GCs To Maintain Diversity Commitments Amid Pandemic

Led by Obelisk Support CEO Dana Denis-Smith, women leaders at several “New Law” businesses have signed an open letter calling on general counsel to renew their diversity and inclusion efforts as the coronavirus pandemic threatens supplier diversity in the legal sector. Read More

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The First 100 Years is the national campaign, supported by the Law Society, Bar Council and CILEX, charting the journey of women in law since 1919. The project is powered by Spark21, a charity founded to celebrate, inform and inspire future generations of women in the profession. In 2019 the project will mark the centenary of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919 which paved the way for women to become lawyers for the first time.

The First 100 Years project was created by Dana Denis-Smith, CEO of Obelisk Support. Launching the project Dana said: “People don’t know their history — who the first woman solicitor was, for instance. There is no archive like the First 100 Years to help us place ourselves in history.

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