The Black Solicitors Network is the primary voice of black solicitors in England and Wales; committed to achieving equality of access, retention and promotion of black solicitors.
We are the leading body that represents the interests of the UK’s existing and aspiring black solicitors. We have been doing this since 1995 and importantly now embrace people from a diverse range of cultures and backgrounds
Membership is open to all solicitors, trainee solicitors, paralegals and students of African or Caribbean descent in England and Wales and any solicitor, trainee solicitor, paralegal or student who supports the aims and objectives of the BSN irrespective of their race, colour or creed.
The Black Solicitors’ Network (BSN) was formed in 1995 to promote the interests of black solicitors, for support and sharing information, to participate in consultations, initiated by the Law Society and other Government bodies, in relation to matters which affect black solicitors.
The BSN was recognised as a Law Society Group on the 17th July 2003.
A not-for-profit company, the Black Solicitors’ Network aims to be the primary voice of black solicitors in England and Wales.
The BSN is committed to achieving equality of access, retention and promotion of black solicitors within the sector.
Over the years membership has grown to over 5,500 by 2007. An inclusive rather than exclusive organisation, our reputation is such that we also attract, and welcome, members from across the cultural and diversity spectrum.
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