Following a series of articles in the last issue to mark LGBT+ Month, Bridget Garrood shares her story

As an articled clerk in 1994 I discreetly joined LAGLA, the Lesbian and Gay Lawyers Association, and I recall receiving their newsletters at home in plain brown envelopes, long before emails. All their meetings and events seemed to be held in London, where I suspected it was perhaps easier to be “out” as a lawyer than it was in the provinces.


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