Diversity and Inclusion

Hunt & Coombs LLP is committed to eliminating unlawful discrimination, victimisation and harassment and to promoting the encouragement of equality and diversity in the firm's policies, practices and procedures. Our aim is that Hunt & Coombs LLP will be truly representative of all sections of society. We want to have a working environment where each employee feels respected and able to make the best use of their skills, free from discrimination or harassment and where all decisions are based on merit. Our Policy applies to our professional dealings with clients, staff, Partners, other solicitors, barristers and third parties.  Our services will be provided to clients in a way that respects diversity, and Hunt & Coombs LLP will treat everyone equally and with the same attention, courtesy and respect regardless of:

age, disability, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation, caring responsibility (protected characteristics).

In line with guidance from the Solicitors Regulation Authority, we have collated information about the diversity of our workforce.

1. Role in the Firm

SRA Legal Diversity 2017 Survey Report

2. Age distribution of employees across the whole firm

SRA Legal Diversity 2017 Survey Report Hunt & Coombs

3. Gender breakdown as a percentage of all staff

SRA Legal Diversity 2017 Survey Report Hunt & Coombs

4. Breakdown of staff who consider that they have a disability according to the definition in the Equality Act 2010

SRA Legal Diversity 2017 Survey Report Hunt & Coombs

5. Breakdown of staff and whether they consider that their day-to-day activities are limited because of a health problem or disability which has lasted, or is expected to last, at least 12 months

SRA Legal Diversity 2017 Survey Report Hunt & Coombs

6. Ethnic Breakdown of staff

SRA Legal Diversity 2017 Survey Report

7. Breakdown of staff religion or belief

SRA Legal Diversity 2017 Survey Report

8. Staff attendance at a state or fee paying school between the ages of 11-18

SRA Legal Diversity 2017 Survey Report Hunt & Coombs

9. Staff, who were part of the first generation of their family to go to University (to study a BA, BSc course or higher)

SRA Legal Diversity 2017 Survey Report Hunt & Coombs

10. Percentage of staff who are a primary carer for a child or children under 18

SRA Legal Diversity 2017 Survey Report Hunt & coombs

11. Numbers of staff who look after or care for someone with long term physical or mental ill health caused by disability or age (not in a paid capacity)

SRA Legal Diversity 2017 Survey Report Hunt & Coombs

Download our full SRA Legal Diversity Survey Report 2017

SRA Legal Diversity Survey Report 2017 (200.3 KiB)