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Justice Sector Equalities Conference 2024

Theme: Our Judiciary and Law Enforcement: How Diversity Might Look Like?

The Scottish justice sector needs more diversity and inclusion and the Justice Sector Equalities Conference which has been running for the past five years since June 2019 is a great platform for this to be discussed. 

To be held in the iconic Parliament Hall adjacent to the Supreme Courts, this year’s Justice Sector Equalities Conference will be opened by the Lord President and Lord Justice General of Scotland Lord Carloway followed by the traditional ministerial keynote address. The conference provides key stakeholders in the Scottish justice sector including the Scottish Government, the Law Society of Scotland, the Judicial Institute for Scotland, Police Scotland, the Crown Office Prosecution and Fiscal Service, the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service, the Judicial Appointments Board, the Scottish Legal Aid Board, leading law firms among others, with a fantastic and formal opportunity to converge and explore the best possible initiatives to increase diversity and inclusion in a sector that remains largely conservative. Those who attend are presented with a fine opportunity to share and learn best practices with the leading institutions that make up the justice delivery system in Scotland. 

The keynote speech, high level panel discussion and thought provoking live Question and Answer session are the main highlights of the conference. The Justice System will be presented followed by discussion and possibly a key adoption as a soft policy to help the key stakeholders achieve more and showcase their best practices with maximum impact. Please reserve your place as spaces are always limited and on a first to reserve first to come basis.

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Blog: Countdown to the Justice Sector Equalities Conference 2024: History, relevance and highlights

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