I thoroughly enjoyed this article in The Lawyer! Well done Natasha Bernal for shaming law firms who are not looking after it's lawyers who are parents. 

It is shocking that the majority of law firms won't reveal what their figures are for shared parental leave. 

It is great to see highly respected publications, such as the Lawyer, writing about the urgent need to change the culture within professional services businesses so that flexible working is widely practiced. If we are to increase gender diversity across the whole of professional services, then this issue needs to be talked about, over and over and over again, until it is achieved.

"If you don’t stand up for your people, what do you stand for?"