In this article guest written by Maab Saifeldin, trainee solicitor and career and lifestyle content creator details how to negotiate and set your boundaries with your employer for a healthier work environment.
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In this article we look at the attainment gap between black lawyers and other ethnicities and the reasons that could be contributing towards this with guests Isaac Eloi, co-founder of Black Men in Law Network and Maab Saifeldin.