Chambers is firmly committed to equality and diversity in all aspects of its operation and management.
Chambers has two Equality and Diversity Officers: Amanda Michaels and Richard Davis. Together they monitor the effective implementation of the Equality and Diversity Policy and review it accordingly.
All members, staff and pupils receive equality and diversity training. This covers both legal obligations and good practice in relation to all matters requiring equality - including age, disability, gender, race, religion or belief and sexual orientation.
In accordance with the requirements of the Bar Standards Board, Chambers has collected anonymous diversity statistics for all members, pupils and staff (31 December 2012). Statistics have not been published as the number of participants risks the identification of individuals.