PGMs provide a unique opportunity for members to discuss discrimination law matters in an informal setting with diverse experts and practitioners. They are of particular interest to those advising and representing complainants. It is possible to join on the day to attend a PGM.
PGMs attract CPD (Continuing Professional Development) points through the Bar Standards Board and the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
Meetings are usually in London, although the DLA hopes to make certain future meetings available by podcast through the website.
The views expressed during these meetings do not necessarily reflect the views of the DLA, and the DLA cannot be held responsible for any opinions or advice shared during PGMs, which constitute informal discussions between members.
Occasionally, the DLA organises Open Meetings on important discrimination law topics and which are also open to non-members. We usually have an Open Meeting with a guest speaker at our Annual General Meetings.
Every two years, the DLA organises a conference bringing together practitioners and experts to discuss major issues and trends in discrimination law matters.
Past DLA Conferences have covered various topics, including: