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These are the firms you will meet on our programmes


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These are the firms that are committed to diversity

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    Hear directly from hugely successful lawyers from underrepresented communities.

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Previous speakers

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    Sun-Hee Park

    Sun-Hee is a lawyer in the Office of General Counsel at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the founder of the East Asian Lawyers Organisation. Starting off with the Magic Circle, Sun-Hee 's career trajectory has only been going one way and she is happy to share her advice and experience combined with a deep interest in diversity within the legal profession.

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    Homa Wilson

    Homa is a partner at the London firm, Hodge Jones and Allen solicitors. She has over 14 years’ experience as an employment solicitor. Her specialism is in complex and high value, multi-issue discrimination claims. Including claims for race and religious discrimination. She is recognised for her expertise in the two main independent legal directories, Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners.

    Homa acts for both employees and employers. She frequently works with organisations to train their managers on discrimination issues, including unconscious bias, how to identify and eliminate workplace discrimination.

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    Sengova Kailondo

    Sengova is an associate in the Asset Finance team at Hogan Lovells International LLP, advising a range of clients on a broad spectrum of asset finance transaction types in relation to aircraft and vessels. In addition, he sits on numerous committees at Hogan Lovells with a focus on diversity and is acting co-treasurer of NOTICED, the UK’s first inter-firm D&I network aimed at promoting networking opportunities to celebrate diversity across the legal sector. Sengova has been recognised on a national and international level for his achievements, being awarded the “Junior Lawyer of the Year” 2020 award by The Law Society and being listed as no. 17 on The EMpower Top 100 Ethnic Minority Future Leaders List 2020, sponsored by Yahoo Finance.

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    Clare Fielding

    Clare spent eight years at the Bank of England, seven at Slaughter and May (where she qualified as a solicitor), seven at Herbert Smith; and four at Gowling WLG before becoming one of Town’s founding partners.

    She has a wide-ranging planning practice, focused in the main on major development projects in London and the South East, acting for private sector developers and landowners.

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    Michael Smith

    I lost my sight when I was studying medicine and had to change career course. I qualified in 2017 and specialise in Real Estate.

    Losing your ability to read and then deciding to qualify into a career where the written word is critical and you have to do so much reading might seem like a perverse choice; but I have never let a challenge put me off, and modern technology provides ways of accessing the written word, even for a lawyer. What is critical is to communicate openly and honestly about your needs and how your employer can ensure a ‘level playing field’.