(based on 4 ratings in 2018)
"There is a very active diversity committee and there are regular LGBT, women's and BAME events that are sometimes offered only to members of those groups but are often extended to the whole firm. It's encouraging to see how many lawyers show up."First year trainee, London
"There are numerous opportunities to get involved in diversity initiatives including groups and newsletters."Second year trainee, London
"Not only are there diversity committees, but the partners actively encourage new ideas and initiatives because, like a lot of firms, there is still some way to go to achieve parity."London
"There are some new but very successful initiatives in place that trainees and associates are encouraged to pioneer and contribute towards."London
"The firm strongly promotes diversity. We have a very important diversity committee that constantly tries to improve the firm's standards with respect to women, ethnic minorities and LGBT. There are sub-committees that deal with separate issues, such as how to ensure diversity in recruitment. We also have, for example, monthly women's events, women of colour events, family events etc."London
"We have a diversity committee that meets monthly and holds informal discussions over lunch as well as more formal meetings with external speakers. We also provide our clients with a diversity newsletter and have several sub-groups that you can get involved in, such as the parenting group etc. Trainees are encouraged to host such events."First year trainee, London
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