Gender diversity is one of the legal sector’s most pressing issues. Join Kidd Aitken’s co-founder and director, Jacob Aitken, and leading talent management consultant, Kerry Jarred, for a timely discussion on gender diversity in the legal industry. Highlighting the current landscape and how we can build a more inclusive future.
Join us at 3pm BST on 31st March 2022 to learn more about the progress we have already seen and what more needs to be done to ensure that the industry is fair for all.
The relevance of this discussion has only increased in the wake of the pandemic. It has been reported that women have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic in their home and work lives, simultaneously juggling career and caring responsibilities. Worsening the imbalance in an already male-dominated industry.
Following the widespread popularity of our white paper, Gender Diversity and Inclusion in Legal Directories, we are pleased to be continuing this important conversation.
During the webinar, we will discuss:
• What is the state of gender diversity in the legal sector?
• What initiatives can the industry implement to encourage greater inclusivity?
• How can firms reassure female talent entering the industry?
About the hosts
Jacob Aitken is one of Kidd Aitken’s co-founders and directors. Ranked in the top three legal directory consultants in the world, he was the founding editor of Chambers Latin America and published its inaugural guide in 2008. He has an unparalleled insight into the world of legal directories and the wider legal sector.
Kerry Jarred has over twenty years’ senior management and consulting experience and specialises within the talent management sector. Having worked with industry leaders across a range of fields, including legal, professional, and financial services, she understands the necessary steps to be a catalyst for real change. Which, perhaps, is exactly what the legal sector needs.
If you have any questions of your own, Jacob and Kerry are happy to offer their insight. With their experience in both the legal directories and wider legal industries, you can be sure that their conversation will offer a fresh perspective on a sector that is unfortunately often seen as ‘Pale, Male and Stale’.