Religion and LGBT+ Rights - Is It A Competition?

Thursday 15 November 18.00 – 21.00

The Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1PL

All too often it is assumed that either a person's faith or their support for LGBT+ rights must take precedence over the other. The interaction between the two can be especially problematic given that religion/belief and sexual orientation are both protected characteristics under the Equality Act 2010. Join us for a discussion considering the legal position and if this competition is inevitable or whether there are ways of working through and resolving it. To mark Inter Faith Week, Daniel Gerring (partner, Travers Smith and member, Law Society's LGBT+ Lawyers' Division committee) will chair a panel of lawyers and non-lawyers from various faiths.

Event held by The Law Society
Contact The Law Society
Telephone 020 7316 5700
Venue accessibility
Event categories Conference/seminar/talk/workshop, Dialogue/discussion, Food, Social action or social issues
Important information Who should attend?
* Solicitors who identify as LGBT+ or are an ally
* Solicitors who are members of the LGBT+ network at their organisation
* Those who wish to understand more about personal experiences in order to provide support to colleagues.

Refreshments provided from 6pm - 6:30pm
This event is free to attend. Please register by clicking on this link: