Tag: Disability

How election legislation has failed the UK’s visually-impaired voters

Aspiring barrister Lauren Slade explores the lack of statutory protection for the blind

Sep 4 2023 8:41am

Inside the world of a blind City lawyer

Kaleem Khan shares his experience and how he uses technology and support teams to help him with his work

Nov 30 2022 9:43am

Over half of disabled lawyers have experienced ‘ill-treatment’ at work, research finds

Use of demeaning language and victimisation among issues flagged in new disability report

Jan 24 2020 11:34am

How my disability sparked my entrepreneurial spirit

Yasmin Sheikh on her transition from City lawyer to diversity advocate

Apr 11 2019 10:31am

Supreme Court: Wheelchairs beat prams in legal dispute over space on the 99 bus

Seven justices unanimously allowed the appeal, but only to a limited extent

Jan 18 2017 10:39am

Legal Cheek talks… law firms’ commitment to diversity

Genuine enthusiasm, or buying appearance?

Dec 2 2016 3:31pm

Disability in the City: the disconnect between diversity-friendly legal recruitment and the reality on the office floor

We spoke to top lawyer Robert Hunter, himself profoundly deaf, about his charity City Disabilities

Nov 30 2016 9:02am

500 students sign petition urging City Uni Law School to meet disability access promise

Student with cerebral palsy claims officials are dragging heels over upgrade to law library doors

Jun 2 2015 12:40pm