Diversity and equality are extremely important to us. We treat everyone we work alongside with dignity and respect. Every person is, by definition, unique; we therefore recognise people’s individual needs and do everything in our power to fulfil their aspirations.


All employees are treated equally irrespective of age, disability, sex, religion, belief, gender, sexual orientation, or whether they are married or in a civil partnership. Our policies on harassment, maternity and paternity leave also uphold our culture of equality and inclusion.


The diversity of our team makes us more capable, responsive and, above all, human. We are proud to be an equal opportunities employer – this strengthens the firm and enables us to better serve our client base.


We are fully committed to fostering a truly diverse business that reflects the community and society it serves. To underline this commitment, we have signed the Law Society’s Charter on Diversity, which promotes diversity and equality across the entire legal profession.


You can read our equality, diversity and inclusivity policy here.


Our 2018 gender pay gap report is available here.