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Westminster Employment Forum Keynote Seminar 9 May 2018
Monday, 8th January 2018
Women in the workplace - the gender pay gap, organisational cultures and representation in leadership
Elysia McCaffrey, Deputy Director for Gender Pay Gap, Government Equalities Office
Sue Coe, Head of Employment, Equalities and Human Rights Commission
Charlotte Avery, St Mary’s School, Cambridgeshire and Girls’ Schools Association; Dr Carole Easton, Young Women’s Trust; Deborah Gilshan, Aberdeen Standard Investments and The 30% Club; Kate Grussing, Sapphire Partners; Pauline de Souza, Diversity Art Forum; Charles Wynn-Evans, Dechert and a senior speaker from the CIPD
Dawn Butler MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Women and Equalities and Gillian Keegan MP, Co-Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group for Women at Work
Morning, Wednesday, 9th May 2018
Policy Forum for Wales Keynote Seminar 19 April 2018
Monday, 8th January 2018
Priorities for apprenticeships in Wales
Councillor Debbie Wilcox, Joint Cabinet Lead for Employment and Skills, Cardiff Capital Region and Leader, WLGA
Ben Cottam, Federation of Small Businesses; Sarah John, National Training Federation Wales; Kevern Kerswell, Agored Cymru; Huw Mathias, Tata Steel; Kevin Pascoe, The Open University in Wales; Simon Pirotte, Bridgend College; Kieron Rees, Universities Wales; Carmen Smith, NUS Wales; Gareth Williams, CITB Wales and a senior speaker confirmed from the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales
Adam Price AM, Member, Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee and Assembly Member for Carmarthen East and Dinefwr
Bydd cyfieithu ar y pryd ar gael yn y gynhadledd hon
Simultaneous translation will be available at this conference
Morning, Thursday, 19th April 2018
Transforming Justice – Court Modernisation and Digital Exclusion
Thursday, 14th December 2017
JUSTICE is now taking bookings for its 2018 Student Conference. Under the title, ‘Transforming Justice – Court Modernisation and Digital Exclusion,’ this year’s conference is hosted by the International Dispute Resolution Centre in London on Saturday 3 February 2018.
Sir Robin Knowles, Judge of the High Court of England and Wales and Alexandra Marks CBE, Commissioner at the Judicial Appointments Commission and the Criminal Cases Review Commission are among the high profile speakers.
This one day conference provides a unique opportunity for the next generation of lawyers to come together and explore the opportunities and challenges presented by the digital revolution in our courts and tribunals.
About the conference
The UK Government White Paper Transforming Our Justice System (September 2016), and subsequently the introduction of the Prison and Courts Bill in the last Parliament, confirms the plans of the Ministry of Justice and senior judiciary to “automate and digitise the entire process of civil money claims by 2020” and the “interactive triage” role envisaged for litigants-in-person using the “Online Court” for certain civil proceedings. Modernisation and digitisation – including greater use of online procedures and virtual hearings – will also extend to tribunals and criminal proceedings. Traffic offences are already dealt with online in most parts of the country.
This conference will provide an opportunity to meet experts in this field, as well as new practitioners, to discuss the future justice system. There will also be exciting and thought provoking workshops on some of the challenges of digitisation for people navigating the criminal, civil and immigration and asylum court processes.
- Receive invaluable insight and advice about the career journey into legal practice.
- Discuss topical, cutting edge justice issues with leading practitioners.
- Gain a greater practical understanding of how the courts and tribunals are changing and what it might mean for a future career in the law.
- Network with other students interested in careers in public interest law.
- Meet the JUSTICE team and explore crucial justice system debates.
Bookings can be made here at the JUSTICE website.
- JUSTICE member rate: £6.00
- Non-member rate: £18.00
The full programme for the conference can be seen here at the JUSTICE website
Policy Forum for London Keynote Seminar 17 May 2018
Wednesday, 6th December 2017
Skills for Londoners - employer needs, devolution and implementing the London Skills Strategy
Anthony Impey, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Optimity and Member, Skills for Londoners Taskforce
Marilyn Hawkins, Associate FE Commissioner, Department for Education and Member, Skills for Londoners Taskforce
Councillor Darren Rodwell, Leader, London Borough of Barking and Dagenham and Executive Member, City Development, London Councils
Emily Chapman, National Union of Students; Joe Dromey, IPPR; Janette Welton-Pai, Construction Industry Training Board; Sarah Sturrock, South London Partnership and Jill Whittaker, HIT Training
Morning, Thursday, 17th May 2018
Counsel Magazine: Why bother with wellbeing?
Thursday, 9th November 2017
Systemic coach Zita Tulyahikayo and James Pereira QC discuss the importance of supporting wellbeing at the Bar and why it is so vital to barristers’ and chambers’ practice.
The article covers four main reasons why barristers and chambers should support wellbeing.
1. Stand out from the competition
2. Improve your work
3. It is not all about you
4. Professional duty
Click here to read the full article.