Landmark Chambers Equality and Diversity Data
Landmark’s Diversity Data Officers (“DDOs”) are required under rule C110.q of the Code of Conduct to invite members, pupil barristers and employees of chambers (“the workforce”) to provide diversity data in respect of themselves. Furthermore, the DDOs are required to publish a summary of the anonymised data on Landmark’s website every three years under rule C110.r.
In accordance with rule C110.3.r., the DDOs shall ensure that the collected diversity data is anonymised and diversity data relating to sexual orientation and religion or belief will not be included without consent. Furthermore, wherethere is a real risk that individuals could be identified through the publication of a specific characteristic, the DDOs shall not publish theanonymous data relating to those individuals without consent.
To view a copy of Landmark’s Diversity Data Policy, please click here. Chambers’ Diversity Data was last updated on 18 December 2015 and a summary of the data can be found here. The figures shown are those which the DDOs received full consent to publish and are not therefore representative of the set as a whole.