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Diversity and opportunities statement

Chambers is committed to the Equality Guidelines as per the Bar Standards Board Handbook. 


Chambers is committed to promoting a culture where the individual is fairly treated and respected. 


We also promote a culture where diversity is appreciated. 


Chambers is committed to ensuring, both individually and collectively, that it does not practise or permit any form of discrimination, whether direct, indirect, or by way of victimisation, against any person, or any harassment of any person. 


Chambers will make reasonable adjustments where a practice, policy or procedure, or physical feature of premises, make it impossible or unreasonably difficult for a disabled person to make use of a service. 


We encourage and welcome applications from women, people with disabilities and people of minority ethnic origin.


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