Serle Court’s Equality and Diversity policy aims:
- to secure equality of opportunity in every area of its activities.
- to treat its members, pupils, employees, clients and the public with respect.
- to observe and endorse the relevant provisions of the Code of Conduct and the Equality and Diversity Code, particularly when discharging any duties in the management of Chambers.
- to strive to ensure that Chambers does not directly or indirectly discriminate against any current or prospective member, pupil, employee or client on any improper ground, such as age; disability; gender reassignment; marital or civil partnership status; pregnancy or maternity; race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin; religion or belief; sex and sexual orientation.
The link below shows a summary of the diversity data collected by Serle Court in December 2015.