Is there a drinking culture at law events - The Law Society Gazette

Shabnam Ali-Khan, Partner in the Russell-Cooke Solicitors, property law and conveyancing team.
Shabnam Ali-Khan
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"Many people choose not to drink and can be excluded from the majority of legal-related events and if someone chooses not to go to a networking event because they do not want to drink, and might feel uncomfortable, it could have a serious effect on their ability to network and form relationships with colleagues, peers and potential clients. This is manifestly unfair."

Speaking with The Law Society Gazette, partner Shabnam Ali-Khan reflects on her experience with drinking culture and highlights the need for change. 

The full article is available to read online at The Law Society Gazette.

Shabnam is a partner in the enfranchisement team. She specialises in  lease extension and enfranchisement matters, primarily under the Leasehold Reform Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 working with a variety of clients ranging from high net worth individuals and companies to individual leaseholders and investor landlords

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