Atlantic Chambers recognised in Diversity League Table
Atlantic Chambers was ranked number one in the Female Queens Counsel list in this years Diversity League Table.
The Diversity League Table (DLT) began as a Black Solicitors Network initiative in 2006, and is now produced in association with the Law Society and the Bar Council. It is the legal profession’s leading diversity publication and an important guide to diversity within some of the
DLT reporting covers four main diversity strands which are gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation and disabilities. Atlantic Chambers topped the Female QC table with women making up to a third of QC’s in its chambers.
Atlantic Chambers was also recognised in the DLT for the number of ethnic minority Queen’s Counsel members, female barristers, and ethnic minority barristers in its chambers.
Scott Donovan, head of chambers said: “Talent is something we strive to promote at Atlantic Chambers and we have always encouraged a wide mix of tenants, staff and pupils. Equality remains at the forefront of our activities here and we are pleased this has been acknowledged in this year’s Diversity League Table.”
Chambers and law firms recognised in the DLT were announced in a ceremony last month in
Speaking at the event, DLT editor and BSN board member, Michael Webster said: “We are pleased that diversity has remained a priority for a significant number of leading firms and Chambers in the
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