The policy of 15 New Bridge Street is to offer equal treatment and opportunities to all clients, staff, members, pupils and applicants regardless of race, colour, ethnic or national origin, nationality, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age or religion. Chambers does not tolerate discrimination on any of the above grounds in the selection, treatment or conduct of any of its members, pupils or staff or in the provision of services to potential or existing clients.
Commitment & Objective
We are committed to:
- Ensure that advice and assistance to clients is given in a fair and non discriminatory manner
- Ensure that members, staff, pupils and applicants progress on merit
- Provide a clearly defined and accessible system for dealing with complaints in which potential complainants can have confidence
- Monitor all application, selection, training and work allocation processes to ensure compliance with the Equality Code for the Bar and Chambers’ own constitution, rules and procedures
- Oblige all members of Chambers, staff and pupils to conduct themselves in compliance with the Equality Code for the Bar and 15 New Bridge Street’s own Equality Policy.