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Gender Equality at Norton Rose Fulbright

In order to be an industry leader in diversity and inclusion, we must also be recognised as the leading firm for the attraction, promotion and retention of women. Gender targets are an important part of the firm’s overall approach to achieving greater gender diversity and we are committed to achieving 30 per cent female representation across the partnership and the Executive Committee, Global Board, Management Committees and Regional Boards by 2020. Targets on their own would achieve minimal impact without supporting gender programmemes. True to our spirit of inclusiveness, women and men are encouraged to join our network and attend events.

Nurturing high performance

As part of our drive to pursue and retain the best talent, we run a modular development programme for high-performing female lawyers, the first of its kind in the legal sector.

Women in Norton Rose Fulbright

Women in Norton Rose Fulbright provides learning, development and networking opportunities for women across the firm and aims to increase diversity and maximise the retention of women. In London, we also established EarlyWiN to support women in the early stages of their career.

International Women’s Day

Our women’s networks arrange and host a range of activities to celebrate International Women’s Day each year, aligning their plans with the global theme. Events are open to everyone, including some bespoke activities that help us build relationships with our clients.

Promoting empowerment of girls and women as agents of economic and social change

We are proud to be one of the founding partners of G(irls)20, an initiative which promotes the empowerment of girls and women as agents of economic and social change. Each year, the G(irls)20 Summit sets out to design solutions to global economic challenges. The ’G(irls)’ selected as delegates from each G20 country – plus a representative from the European and African Unions, Afghanistan, Pakistan and the MENA region – develop and present a communiqué to the G20 leaders, ministers of industry, health, innovation, economic development and foreign affairs, and ambassadors. The G(irls)20’s mission is to increase the number of women in work at all levels around the world. In 2016, the seventh summit, took place in Beijing. Our Global Head of Learning and Development Carolann Edwards delivered leadership training to the delegates and gave a keynote speech about the future of jobs and talent. Sally Macindoe, our global head of diversity and inclusion and chair of GDIAC, moderated a panel called ‘Securing a fair share in growth sectors’.

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