8.4 / 10

(based on 11 ratings in 2015)


"OC is a very understanding firm with respect to diversity issues, and they want you to be your best at work, so will generally help you out where possible and accommodate you."
First year trainee, London


"We have representative 'Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) Champions'. There are focus groups on flexible working, parental leave and female career progression and over the next 18 months the committee will also consider LGBT, ethnicity, disability and social mobility."
First year trainee, Bristol
"Osborne Clarke promotes diversity and flexible working, with dedicated focus groups, led at partner level, to look at encouraging diversity."
Second year trainee, Bristol
"The firm is working hard on its diversity policy and has put various committees in place to ensure these issues are brought to the fore."
First year trainee, Bristol
"The firm is taking steps to address diversity issues, in particular women. Quite a number of female employees work flexible hours."
Second year trainee, Bristol
"OC are running a scheme to improve diversity and support women in the workplace. Female staff have made partnership while working part-time."
First year trainee, London


"I'm not sure what the exact policy is, but there are generally more females than males in the trainee groups and recent NQ groups. The firm seems to be very accommodating in terms of maternity leave."
Second year trainee, London
"Not very diverse at all. Few female partners."
Second year trainee, Bristol
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