Stuart Lawrence is the younger brother of Stephen Lawrence - a British teenager who was tragically murdered in a racially motivated attack while waiting for a bus in Well Hall, Eltham in 1993. Stuart has recently finished a teaching career which spanned over 15 years at a secondary school in South West London and now works with the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, an organisation dedicated to transforming the life chances of disadvantaged young people, as well as being a coach, speaker and consultant.
This Digital Session will be hosted by John Sendama, a Managing Associate in Dispute Resolution. John and Stuart will discuss, among other things, the murder of George Floyd, the Black Lives Matter protests, the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust and Stuart's future plans.
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