We are committed to promoting equality and diversity in our dealings with clients, staff and third parties.
We treat everyone equally and with the same attention, courtesy and respect regardless of sex, sexual orientation, race or racial group, religion or belief, age, caring responsibility or disability.
We take all reasonable steps to ensure that the firm and it’s staff do not unlawfully discriminate under any relevant legislation
Wherever possible, we take steps to promote equal opportunity in relation to access to the legal services that we provide, taking account of the diversity of the communities that we serve, in order to ensure that, subject to funding constraints, our services are accessible to all clients.
We treat seriously all complaints of unlawful discrimination made by any of our staff, clients, barristers, experts or other third parties and will take action where appropriate. All complaints are investigated in accordance with our grievance or complaints procedure and the complainant will be informed of the outcome. We also monitor the number and outcome of complaints of discrimination.