26 Apr


05:30 PM - 06:30 PM



Non-Members Price




For some time the media has commented on why the term B.A.M.E does not promote inclusion but no one has yet seized upon an appropriate term to cover all those within the local community who may be from a non-majority heritage or ethnic background.

Cardiff and District Law Society cordially invite you our online event to hear from an illustrious array of speakers with both personal and professional knowledge about the shortcomings of the term B.A.M.E and the research behind why it is no longer fit for purpose.


  • Riaz Hassan – Head of the Anti-racist Wales Action Plan Implementation Team
  • Susan Cousins, Senior Compliance Advisor, Race – Religion and Belief, Cardiff University
  • Dr Hephzibah Egede, Senior Lecturer, LLB Programme Director, Cardiff Met University
  • Michael Bolous, B.A.M.E & Friends committee member

Please come and hear more as to why CDLS initially named its subcommittee B.A.M.E & Friends and share your views on the appropriate or alternative terminology which can impact positively on work and study environments and promote inclusion.

Who should attend?

We welcome attendance from HR and Recruitment colleagues, Managing Partners, senior and junior lawyers from any of our members and non-members.

For more information on our BAME & Friends & other subcommittees, click here.

Book here

This free, online event is open to CDLS members & non-members.