Emerging Voices: Recognizing Transgender Rights in India, by Kosturi Ghosh, Swarnima and Ajay Patri, Trilegal

Until 2014, there was little legal protection afforded to the transgender community against discrimination, harassment or abuse in India. They were denied their basic fundamental rights, excluded from participating in social, economic and political institutions, and faced widespread discrimination in the country. However, recently the[…]

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STRESS AWARENESS MONTH: The Problematic Culture of the Legal Profession, by Karen Jackson

Karen Jackson is a senior solicitor and is Director of didlaw, a boutique employment law firm founded in 2008 and specialising in disability discrimination, mental health issues in the workplace and work-related stress. She is a fierce advocate for the rights of employees who suffer[…]

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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY: Experiences of a Female Partner & Director in Latin America, by Ruby Asturias

Ruby Asturias is a Partner and Director at Pacheco Coto Guatemala. The first of an upcoming series of guest contributions,  for International Women’s Day she tells us about her experiences of being a woman lawyer in Latin America. Many people have observed that, in Latin America,[…]

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