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Higher Education podcast: equality and diversity initiatives

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Diversity pens

In this podcast Kathleen Heycock and Lettie Ransley discuss the employment and charity law aspects universities should consider when exploring equality and diversity initiatives for their students and staff, and how these can be implemented within the parameters of the law. We touch on what universities need to think about around student admissions and targeted scholarships, as well as in an employment setting.

If you require further information about anything covered in this podcast, please contact Kathleen Heycock, Laetitia Ransley, or your usual contact at the firm on +44 (0)20 3375 7000.

This publication is a general summary of the law. It should not replace legal advice tailored to your specific circumstances.

© Farrer & Co LLP, November 2021

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Kathleen Heycock

Partner

Kathleen's legal expertise and pragmatic approach is welcomed by both her employer and senior executive clients.  She believes in getting know her clients so that she can ensure they achieve an outcome that meets their immediate objectives and that also fits with their long term professional and personal goals.

Kathleen's legal expertise and pragmatic approach is welcomed by both her employer and senior executive clients.  She believes in getting know her clients so that she can ensure they achieve an outcome that meets their immediate objectives and that also fits with their long term professional and personal goals.

Email Kathleen +44 (0)20 3375 7113
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Laetitia Ransley

Senior Associate

Laetitia specialises in advising charities, not-for-profits and philanthropists. She is experienced in working with a broad range of clients, from private individuals wishing to explore their philanthropic options, to long-established institutions wishing to effect significant constitutional, governance or structural change.

Laetitia specialises in advising charities, not-for-profits and philanthropists. She is experienced in working with a broad range of clients, from private individuals wishing to explore their philanthropic options, to long-established institutions wishing to effect significant constitutional, governance or structural change.

Email Laetitia +44 (0)20 3375 7152

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