Chambers is committed to equal opportunities, practice and procedures. These standards apply from staffing to the appointment of tenants with the administration of mini-pupillages and acceptance of instructions. Chambers maintains full compliance with paragraph 305.1 of the Bar Code of Conduct:
305.1. A barrister must not in relation to any other person (including a client or another barrister or a pupil or an employee or a student member of an Inn of Court) discriminate directly or indirectly because of race, colour, ethnic or national origin, nationality, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age, religion or belief.