Arden Chambers is committed to eliminating discrimination and treating everyone equally and fairly regardless of their gender (including gender reassignment), sexual orientation, racial group, ethnicity or nationality, disability, religion or belief, age or marital status.
Arden Chambers is alert to the benefits of providing specialist services, which meet the demands of its clients in a way that takes account of their diverse backgrounds and needs. Further, in the context of recruitment, Chambers is an equal opportunities employer and selection panels for pupillage are trained in fair recruitment practices by accredited trainers.
Arden Chambers has adopted an Equal Opportunities policy that can be viewed here [hyperlink] as well as anti-harassment, flexible working, parental leave and reasonable adjustments policies. Chambers updates its Equality Action Plan on an annual basis.
Bar Standards Board Equality & Diversity Survey
Arden Chambers has appointed an Equality and Diversity Officer and a Diversity Data Officer.
In accordance with the Bar Standards Board Equality Rules, Arden Chambers has published anonymised diversity data in summary form which can be viewed here.
Data is not published where its publication might reasonably lead to the identification of individuals.