what they say about us

A selection of our press coverage is shown below. For further information or for press enquiries, please contact Chris or Michele at info@didlaw.com and mark your email as URGENT or call them on 020 7099 7508.

press & media: didlaw

Financial News Career Clinic, 7 October 2016
Am I being discriminated against because of my depression?

FT Adviser, 22 September 2016
It pays to invest in mental health support

Law Society Gazette, 12 September 2016
My legal life: Karen Jackson

The Times, 8 September 2016
What will a female justice secretary bring to gender diversity in the legal profession?

HR Magazine, 6 September 2016
Supporting women on maternity leave

The Times ‘The Brief’, 1 September 2016
New mothers ‘less valuable to workplace’

The Times ‘The Brief’, 26 August 2016
Bullying epidemic threatens UK workforce’s sanity

Solicitors Journal, 16 August 2016
Knowledge is key in disability discrimination law

FT Advisor, 1 August 2016
Mental Health needs to be communicated better

April 2016
Stress Awareness Month: The Problematic Culture of the Legal Profession | Chambers Diversity 

October 2015
Disability, Illness, Discrimination – Acting against it | Chambers Diversity 

March 2015
Disability Matters 2015 | Chambers Diversity

October 2012
Chartered Management Institute  |  Disabilities subject of stigma

September 2012
Randstad Sourceright | Employers must dispel the myth of hiring disabled workers

March 2012
Mitrefinch  |  Employers ‘need specific policies for disabled staff and long-term sick’
Aviva  |  Employers ‘need to recognise workers’ health needs’
Employers’ forum on disability  |  Businesses should ‘have policies to support disabled employees’
Microsoft  |  Policies needed for employees with disabilities

February 2012
You at work  |  Disabled people ‘should not work without employee benefits and pay’
Chartered Management Institute  |  Disproportionately large number of disabled people unemployed

December 2011
SnowdropKCS HR and Payroll Solutions  |  Long working hours connected to mental health problems
Badenoch & Clark  |  Link between hours worked and mental illnesses for those in legal jobs
Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA)  |  Mental health issues dealt with poorly in the workplace
Yell  |  Mental issues ‘common in marketing and sales’
Lorien Resourcing  |  Lack of mental health awareness an issue in UK offices
Inclusive Employers  |  Mental illness is a growing problem for employers
Thomsons Online Benefits  |  Mental health is related to hours worked


press & media: karen jackson


Prima  |  The person I’d most like to thank
Red  |  What a life-threatening illness taught me about living


The At Work Partnership: Discrimination Law and Occupational Health Practice
The At Work Partnership: Occupational Health [at Work] Journal  |  how reasonable are reasonable adjustments?
The At Work Partnership: Occupational Health [at Work] Journal  |  stores must provide disability training