Equality, Diversity and Wellbeing
Equality and Diversity
Landmark is committed to the furtherance of equality and diversity at the Bar. A copy of Chambers’ Equality and Diversity Policy can be obtained here.
The Bar Standards Board Code of Conduct states that a summary of the Diversity Data submitted by Landmark’s members, pupil barristers, and employees must be published on our website once every three years.
Chambers’ Diversity Data was last updated in May 2018 and a summary of the data can be accessed here.
Landmark Chambers is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to diversity amongst its members and staff. We encourage and welcome applications from women, people of minority ethnic origin and people with disabilities, as well as candidates from other groups which are underrepresented in the legal sector.
Disability and Accessibility
Our facilities are compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act and were constructed with the provisions of the Act in mind.
If you are visiting Chambers and have any specific requirements as to reasonable adjustments, please contact our HR and Administration Manager, Natasha White-Foy, for assistance.
In November 2017 we were awarded with a Certificate of Recognition from the Bar Council for our efforts to promote wellbeing across the Bar and act as a beacon of good practice.
‘Landmark Chambers’ approach to wellbeing comes from the heart. Its commitment to the future wellbeing of its members feels very authentic and chambers has clearly taken a comprehensive and considered approach – with attention paid to governance, the benefits of building an evidence base for interventions and ensuring members are engaged – uptake of initiatives put in place to date suggest that Chambers is getting it right’ (Wellbeing at the Bar Working Group).
Find out more about Chambers’ wellbeing initiatives here.