(based on 7 ratings in 2015)
"While I do not feel that the issue of diversity is really applicable to me, my understanding is the firm is very good in relation to childcare/maternity leave. Ethnic minorities and LGBT probably doesn't get a huge amount of attention, in my opinion."First year trainee, London
"The firm's women's forum meets regularly and throws events. As a female, I feel that it's a good forum to hear from other womens' experiences in the office."First year trainee, London
"Globally, the firm is very committed to diversity. While I feel that the small size of the office could be slightly letting us down, in London there is a good effort made, and the firm definitely believes in it."Second year trainee, London
"The firm has a strong commitment to diversity at a global level. The London office, perhaps by virtue of its smaller size, is not hugely diverse, but the commitment to promote diversity is clear and sincere."First year trainee, London
"Both the women's forum and the diversity committee are active within the firm and provide support to those who need it."First year trainee, London
"There is a high percentage of female associates, but that figure falls dramatically at partner level. The firm has an 'equality and diversity' committee where different people can come together and show their commitment to the cause."First year trainee, London
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