Senior Solicitor Bijal Patel shares her personal story about growing up and entering the legal profession as a woman of colour as part of The Lawyer's Women Against Adversity campaign.
As International Women's Day 2020 approaches, Jonathan Hyde discusses the change in gender roles both at home and at work.
Sahar Farooqi has recently received the ‘Achievements in Law’ prize at the Annual British Muslim Awards. In this blog he talks about the importance of diversity in the legal profession.
Associate Nick Sutton has recently celebrated his ten year anniversary working at DWF. To commemorate each year he shares his top 10 favourite things about his working life.
A team from DWF recently took part in The World's Big Sleep Out to to help raise money for homeless and displaced people around the world. Joanne Frew recounts the challenges of an evening sleeping rough.
Lucy Muir writes about life as a trainee in Glasgow and her current seat in the Counter Fraud and Financial Crime team.
Gurbir Thethy discusses a new approach to recruitment - the blind CV. Find out what happened when his team in London used the concept to recruit new members.
Manchester was the world's first industrialised city and is now a legal and commercial hub with plenty of opportunities for aspiring lawyers. Find out more about living and working in Manchester with DWF.
Charmaine Manjengwa, Paralegal in Motor Fraud RL & IHT, tells us about her first six months with DWF. Passionate about community work, Charmaine explains how the opportunity to participate in events such as Diversity Week is helping her to develop professionally and personally.
Hear from our Liverpool trainee, Anthony, as he attempts to set aside three common myths on life as a trainee at DWF.
Engaging with our team at a law fair could be the first step in your training contract application journey.