Resources for Black Lawyers

Black Solicitors Network

The Black Solicitors Network (BSN) was formed in 1995 to promote the interests of black solicitors, provide professional support and share information, inform and influence D&I best practice and participate in consultations initiated by The Law Society, the Solicitors Regulation Authority and Government and other regulatory bodies in relation to matters which affect black and minority ethnic solicitors.

Social Mobility Ambassadors – The Law Society

The Law Society’s social mobility ambassadors scheme promotes role models from non-traditional backgrounds who have achieved their ambitions and are willing to support their peers within the profession and prospective solicitors.

Promoting BAME inclusivity in the workplace: A toolkit for firms

Aspiring Solicitors

Aspiring Solicitors was set up in autumn 2013 by Chris White whilst he was an associate at Norton Rose Fulbright.  The primary aim of Aspiring Solicitors is to increase diversity in the legal profession. They work with law firms and legal teams to provide events, mentoring, competitions, employability assistance and access to the legal profession.