Last updated: 15 January 2021
Chambers and Partners actively promotes diversity and inclusion within the organisation and within the global legal profession. As an inclusive organisation, we expect our colleagues to treat each other with respect at all times, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, disability or social background.
We would like to remind our clients to treat our employees with reciprocal respect and professionalism during business interactions as we have a zero-tolerance approach to inappropriate behaviour. If a Chambers and Partners employee is made to feel uncomfortable during a business interaction whether in virtual/digital meetings, telephone calls, written communications or face to face meetings, our employee has the right to cease communications, raise this with the senior leadership team of Chambers and Partners and necessary action may be taken.
Chambers and Partners may also take necessary action when an individual’s inappropriate behaviour/conduct has been shared via external communications and/or third-party websites, including but not limited to: LinkedIn, Twitter or any other social media websites.
Examples of unacceptable behaviour include: