Equality & Diversity
Chambers is committed to providing equality of opportunity regardless of race, colour, ethnic or national origin, nationality, citizenship, sex, gender re-assignment, sexual orientation, marital or civil partnership status, age, disability, religion or belief, political persuasion, pregnancy or maternity.
We regularly hold in-house Equality and Diversity training sessions, conducted by external specialist advisers, for all members involved in recruitment and for all members of staff. We are committed to the furtherance of Equality and Diversity and promoting access to the legal profession and to the Bar.
Chambers is accessible to people using wheelchairs and will consider any reasonable adjustments for disabled people working with Chambers or receiving legal services.
We are committed to providing a work environment in which all individuals, clients and the public are treated with dignity and respect.
Chambers is committed to encouraging and supporting members of Chambers following the birth or adoption of a child and enabling them to continue to build successful practices.
For further information, please contact Natasha White-Foy for a copy of the Chambers’ written statement on Equality and Diversity.
Natasha is the appointed Chambers’ Diversity Data Officer and in accordance with the Bar Standards Board’s requirements, please find below two anonymised summaries of the diversity data collected in January 2017. This information is gathered every three years and summarised for publication.
Please click here to view the Summary of Responses to the Equality and Diversity 2017 Staff Questionnaire.
Please click here to view the Summary of Responses to the Equality and Diversity 2017 Members’ Questionnaire.