- National Inclusion Week—diversity through the eyes of a senior government lawyer
- How did you find life at the Bar?
- What were the hardest aspects of life at the Bar?
- Describe your route to joining the GLS?
- How has your career developed at the GLS?
- What excites you most about working in government?
- Has it been difficult juggling work and family life?
- You are the keynote speaker at the GLS event, hosted in collaboration with the Black Solicitors’ Network. What do you hope people will learn from National Inclusion Week?
- What is the GLS doing to improve diversity—and can it do more?
- How is the GLS responding to that challenge?
- How important is it to have role models—and is it hard feeling that responsibility?
Practice Management analysis: The Government Legal Service (GLS) is hosting a networking and recruitment event for BAME (Black Asian and Minority Ethnic) lawyers to mark the start of National Inclusion Week. Senior government lawyer Mel Nebhrajani says the ‘diversity story’ should be about the resilience, insight and talent of BAME lawyers and not portrayed as one of ‘powerless victims’.
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