Gapsquare and Next 100 Years, a project dedicated to achieving equality for women in law, worked in partnership to research and co-author a paper on the gender pay gap that exists across the legal profession.
The research comes as the sector grapples with an ongoing and notable gender pay gap that is still 86 years away from closing. Our latest research found that two-thirds (66.4%) of women in law strongly agree that the gender pay gap is an urgent issue for women’s equality in the profession, yet 84% don’t think that they will see true pay equality in their working life.
You can access your free copy of the full research paper below:
Hear what our leaders in the legal profession have to say:
This webinar showcases leading experts in the legal profession, as they provide key insights into the barriers to pay equality, share recommendations to help close the pay gap, and reflect on the impact of leaving it unchecked.
Our expert panellists include:
- Christina Blacklaws, Former president of The Law Society of England and Wales
- Liz Turner, in-house Legal Director, committee member of The Law Society Women Lawyer’s Division and subgroup focused on the Women in Law Pledge and the Gender Pay Gap
- Oliver Jackling, Research and Evaluation Manager at The Bar Standards Board
- Bola Gibson, Head of inclusion and corporate responsibility at Osborne Clarke
- Dana Denis-Smith, CEO of Obelisk Support and founder of First/Next 100 Years
- Dr Zara Nanu MBE, founder and CEO of Gapsquare.