Chambers, its staff and members operate a policy that we do not discriminate directly or indirectly against, or victimise anyone, on the grounds of their race, colour, national or ethnic origins; nationality or citizenship; gender, marital status or sexual orientation; religion, political persuasion, age or disability. This policy is applied in deciding whether to accept briefs and instructions from clients and in the provision of services; in the selection, recruitment and treatment of staff, pupils and tenants. Where a professional or lay client, as a result of disability, cannot attend chambers, we will visit the premises of the professional or lay client as appropriate.
Chambers, its staff and members do not act on any instructions or inducement to discriminate on the grounds of race, colour, national or ethnic origins, nationality or citizenship; gender, marital status or sexual orientation; religion, political persuasion, age or disability. Equally we do not instruct, induce, or attempt to induce anyone to discriminate on such grounds.
It is Chambers’ Policy to operate within the relevant legislation and codes of conduct, which are referred to as appropriate including:
- The Sex Discrimination Act 1975
- The Race Relations Act 1976
- The Equal Pay Act 1970
- The Disability Discrimination Act 1995
- The Code of Conduct of the Bar
- The Equality Code for the Bar
In line with the Bar Standard Board’s new Equality and Diversity rules of the Code of Conduct, we hereby publish a summary of Diversity Data as at July 2017.Please do not hesitate to contact us