Nick Clegg: legal profession must 'do better' on social mobility
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has called on the legal profession to 'open its doors wider' and do more to offer alternative routes into law in his latest appeal to UK businesses to boost social mobility. The Deputy Prime Minister made the remarks in a speech to the Financial Services Lawyers Association yesterday (11 October), in which he called for the profession to be more open to people of diverse backgrounds and stamp out nepotism.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has called on the legal profession to ‘open its doors wider’ and do more to offer alternative routes into law in his latest appeal to UK businesses to boost social mobility.
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