In the latest episode of the Estate Gazette’s Property Podcast, EG’s professional & legal editor Sarah Jackman is joined by three figures from the property law profession to explore diversity and inclusion in property law.
- Emma Pinkerton, Partner at CMS
- Mark Reading, Legal Director at Mishcon de Reya
- Brie Stevens-Hoare QC, Barrister and Mediator at Hardwicke
The conversation covers a range of issues from gender balance and ethnicity to talent retention and progression, as well as looking at the importance of culture, leadership and allyship within the workplace. Mark Reading and Emma Pinkerton highlight some initiatives utilised by their firms to broaden the talent pool, while Brie reflects on key things she’s learned about promoting inclusivity from her time as a board member at Freehold.
The trio conclude with their thoughts on where they would like to see the industry 10 years from now in relation to D&I.
Click below to listen to the podcast.
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