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7.3 / 10

(based on 11 ratings in 2016)


"Equality and diversity has been getting pushed recently, which is excellent. Flexible working for parents is very evident."
Second year trainee, Newcastle
"It's been involved with promoting diversity in the community and I believe the firm is flexible around hours etc if childcare is an issue."
First year trainee, Bristol
"The corporate social responsibility committee is very active in this area."
First year trainee, Newcastle


"The firm is a diverse place to work and I have never encountered anything but positivity around the issue of diversity. There are CSR initiatives in place to work with students at a local school which has the focus of improving social mobility. There are also many members of staff who work flexibly to be able to manage child care."
First year trainee, Leeds
"I don't have any reason to doubt that the firm's commitment to diversity is any less than it should be."
First year trainee, Plymouth
"I am unsure of the firm's efforts with regard to diversity."
Second year trainee, Newcastle


"The firm are very good. We have a lot of female partners as well as a female representative on the board. However there could always be more."
First year trainee, Bristol
"The firm has a large proportion of junior female lawyers, with around 80% of intakes being female."
First year trainee, Bristol
"The firm has a great approach to diversity. Within the current trainee intake, over 60% of them are female which reflects the statistics for women in legal education. Maternity leave is accepted and it will not damage your career at the firm."
First year trainee, Southampton
"The four partners made up in July 2014 were all female at Bond Dickinson."
Second year trainee, Bristol
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