Multiculturalism in the City: The Challenges and Opportunities

The Herbert Smith Freehills Multiculturalism Network is delighted to invite you to its second panel event, Multiculturalism in the City: The Challenges and Opportunities


Tuesday 11 October 2016


18.30 - 20.30


Exchange House, Primrose Street, London, EC2A 2EGPlease click here to view map

Join us for an honest and open discussion on how multiculturalism and diversity affects the graduate population. Our experienced panel of speakers will discuss the implications of these topics on their careers thus far, and guests will be provided with an opportunity to network with the panel and Herbert Smith Freehills staff.

Our panel includes:

Tunde Okewale MBE – criminal barrister at Doughty Chambers; winner of the inaugural Chambers & Partners award for Outstanding Contribution to Diversity

Tan Ikram – District Judge; Law Society Social Mobility Ambassador

Asad Dhunna – Associate Director at Weber Shandwick and writer; has written for the Independent and the Huffington Post on issues such as being a young, gay Muslim working in the City

Veronica Roberts, Chair – Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills

Herbert Smith Freehills is committed to Diversity and Inclusion. We take an inclusive approach to diversity including initiatives encompassing gender, race, age, religion and belief, sexual orientation, disability and social inclusion. We recognise and appreciate all of the differences that make each of us unique. Upholding a culture of inclusion that fosters these differences is imperative for our business and the diverse clients and communities in which we live and work.

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