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(p. 412) 14. Gender, race, and diversity in the legal profession 

(p. 412) 14. Gender, race, and diversity in the legal profession
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(p. 412) 14. Gender, race, and diversity in the legal profession
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Jonathan Herring

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10.1093/he/9780198788928.003.0014
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date: 23 July 2019

This chapter examines the issue of diversity in the legal profession. It first explains the meaning of diversity and the reasons why it should be promoted. It reviews the current status of the profession in terms of diversity. It considers diversity rules in the Equality Act 2010, Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) Handbook, and the Bar Standards Board (BSB) Handbook. Barriers to diversity and steps to promote diversity are also discussed.

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