Judge & Priestley is committed to promoting diversity, equality and inclusion throughout our business. We engage staff, contractors and suppliers on the basis of merit and make every effort to ensure that all of our processes are free from unlawful discrimination.
We are a signatory to the Law Society’s Diversity and Inclusion Charter, which recognises our commitment to this work and also provides a supportive framework for further development.
We carry out equal opportunities monitoring on a regular basis. Click here to see our most recent results.
Diversity and Inclusion Charter
The Charter was established in 2009 by the Law Society, BT and the Society of Asian Lawyers. The purpose of the Charter is to help practices turn their commitment to diversity and inclusion in to positive, practical action for their businesses, staff and clients. This is achieved by helping practices to record and measure their procedures against a set of diversity and inclusion standards and by providing them with opportunities to share best practice, advice and guidance with colleagues from across the profession. To date over 300 practices have signed up to the Charter, representing more than a third of all solicitors in private practice.
The Diversity and Inclusion Charter is a public commitment by legal practices to promote the values of diversity, equality and inclusion throughout their business. Whether it's through recruitment, retention, career progression or training and development, all our signatories are committed to improving opportunities for people in the legal profession, regardless of their background or circumstances.