Diversity and Inclusion
As a core value, Diversity and Inclusion is very important to Chambers and Partners. Learn about how we are working to further a diverse and inclusive legal market.
Our mission is to create a world where important legal matters are always addressed with the best intelligence and professional expertise, wherever it exists.
As a core value, championing Diversity and Inclusion is very important to Chambers and Partners, both internally in our business but also across the whole of the legal market world-wide.
Our dedicated Chambers D&I programme works both internally and externally to further diversity within the legal profession, through research, insights, articles and events . Our dedicated team work across all Chambers departments to implement our diversity and inclusion strategy, as well as working with law firms and clients to highlight positive action and share guidance.
We play an instrumental role in helping law firms, in-house legal teams and chambers in furthering the advancement of diversity and inclusion in the legal profession by shining a light on best practice and trailblazers in the field.
Chambers D&I Awards and Events
We first launched the Chambers Women in Law Awards in the USA in 2013. In 2015 we expanded our awards programme into Latin America before officially becoming Chambers Diversity and Inclusion.
While North America and Latin America have remained flagship events, we also have awards for the UK Bar, Europe and Asia Pacific. The categories we recognise have expanded as well, to include pro bono and sustainability awards.
Chambers D&I events are internationally recognised achievements of excellence in furthering the advancement of diversity and inclusion. We highlight the work of lawyers at all levels who are leaders in creating and fostering diverse pathways in the legal profession.
Search our upcoming D&I Awards and Events here.
Chambers D&I Content
The Chambers D&I blog promotes the trailblazing work that firms and in-house legal teams are involved to further the advancement of diversity and inclusion. Through interviews, in-depth case studies, podcasts and more, we bring interest and impactful stories to our audience.
We also publish regional reports on the key themes and trends developing in diversity, pro bono and sustainability work. These reports feature editorial and case studies providing best practice guidance on how individuals and organisations can create change where they work.
Find out more here.
D&I in the Research
We are continually improving our research process based on the latest technology, client needs and sector developments. As diversity and inclusion has increasingly become an essential aspect of what clients look for in law firms, we have made sure our research takes account of this.
To do so, we collect diversity data for all of our guides. This helps us to better understand the demographic make-up of the profession and ensure our rankings are reflective of the breadth of diversity. You can find out more here.
To find out more about Chambers Diversity and Inclusion contact:
Luke Vincett, D&I Manager, [email protected]
Ellie Gerszt, D&I Manager, [email protected]
Equal Opportunities Statement
We are committed to fostering and promoting an inclusive professional environment for all of our employees, and we are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
Diversity and inclusion are integral values of Chambers and Partners and are key in our culture. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all qualified individuals regardless of age, disability, race, sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.
This commitment applies across all of our employment policies and practices, from recruiting and hiring to training and career development, including offering reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment and promotion processes.
We support our employees through our internal INSPIRE committee with Executive Sponsors, Chairs and Ambassadors throughout the business promoting knowledge and effecting change.