Diversity and Equality Data for the Firm – 2017

In July 2017 employees at the firm were asked to complete a “Diversity Questionnaire” in line with the requirements of the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).  We received a total of 14 completed questionnaires.

The results are summarised and published below, and have been shared with the SRA.   Please note that although the questionnaire we used is in the format approved by the SRA , and included questions about sexual orientation and religion/belief,  the SRA guidance notes on publication make it clear that we are not required to publish any of the data provided relating to the sexual orientation or religion/belief of our workforce.  This data is therefore excluded from the below.

1.       Role categories

Partner  2    Solicitor  4    IT/HR or other corporate role  1    Role directly supporting a fee earner  5    Other fee earning role  2

2.       Age categories

Age  16 –24      2

25 – 34     3

35 – 44     6

45 – 54     0

55 – 64     3

65+            0

3.       Gender

Male  1     Female  13

4.       There were questions asking if anyone considered that he/she had a disability (as defined in the Equality Act) and if anyone considered that their activities were limited because of a long term health problem or disability. All respondents said “no” to both questions.

5.       Ethnic group

There was a vast choice of ethnic groups to choose from but all who replied said “White British”.

6.       There were a number of questions relating to socio – economic background (education) and caring responsibilities.

(a)    Did you attend a state or fee paying  school between ages of 11 – 18 ?   —  13 said “UK state school” and one person preferred not to say.

(b)    If you went to university were you part of the first generation of your family to do so?  —    Yes  6     No   3     Didn’t attend university  5

(c)     Are you a primary carer for a child/children under 16 ?    Yes  4     No  10

(d)    Do you in effect provide care to family members/friends/neighbours because of their age, illness, disability etc ?  No  10     Yes (1-19 hours per week)  4

If you have any questions regarding the data above, or regarding the Equality and Diversity policies at the firm please contact our IT Manager Chris Caley.

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