Information for attendees
We look forward to welcoming you to our conference. Please see below for the full agenda, details regarding access and directions and images of the venue and facilities.
Please contact Natasha Hirst on HirstN2@cardiff.ac.uk for further information or press queries.
If you can no longer attend the conference please let us know so that we can reallocate tickets to those on the waiting list. If you would like to be added to the waiting list please select the appropriate ticket here:
On the day please approach the organisers if you have any queries or access requirements and we will be happy to support you. Registration opens at 9.30am with tea and coffee and conference speeches will start at 10.15am.
There are seven steps at the entrance to the building or press the bell for staff to assist you with operating the lift.
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Legally Disabled project secures further funding
We are very pleased to announce that we have secured further funding from Cardiff University that will enable us to extend the timescale and activities of the Legally Disabled research project.
This will enable us to do more work around disseminating the research and engaging with organisations across the legal profession to ensure that our findings and recommendations have greater impact.
Continue reading “Revised research timetable”
We have been asked to promote this free seminar – if you have an interest in disability within the legal profession, then this will be a timely and relevant event to attend.
The invisible impairments in the workplace event has been designed to support solicitors, HR and D&I practitioners. This event looks at the varying experiences of members of the profession who live with invisible/hidden impairments. We will also be discussing conditions such as cancer that have been acquired during a solicitors working career and the ways in which employers can be better equipped to support an employee with an invisible impairment.
- Top tips on how to discuss your disability in the workplace
- Learn how to support an employee with a hidden disability
- Gain first hand insight of the experiences of solicitors with hidden disabilities.
17:00 – 17:30 Registration and refreshments
17:30 – 17:40 Welcome and introductions
17:40 – 18:50 Panel session Vanessa Forster, British Council legal team and LDD committee member Robert Hunter, partner, Edmonds Marshall McMahon and LDD committee member
Caroline Milton, Macmillan at work delivery manager, Macmillan Cancer Support
18:50 – 19:05 Comfort Break
19:05 – 19:45 Q&A session 19:45 – 20:30 Networking drinks
Who should attend?
This event is open to all solicitors, D&I and HR professionals.
This event is free to attend. Book your place here.