Law firm diversity data tool

Law firm diversity data tool

Read about the data in this tool and a review of the key findings

This overview of diversity in the solicitors' profession covers solicitors and others working in SRA regulated law firms and was collected in 2023.

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means everyone working in law firms
means solicitors who are partners or partner equivalents
means solicitors (who are not partners) and other lawyers
All lawyers
is a combination of the partners and solicitors
Full-equity partners
Solicitors partners who own a full equity share in the firm
Salaried partners
Solicitor partners who own partial equity share in the firm and/or paid a salary
Other staff
includes everyone not in the partner or solicitor categories referred to above
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School type
the type of school attended between the ages of 11 and 16
Parental qualification
the highest level of parental qualification achieved by the time you were 18
Parental occupation
the occupation of the highest parental earner when you were 14
Activities limited
The extent to which day-to-day activities are limited due to a health problem or disability lasting at least 12 months
Other caring responsibility
includes providing unpaid care to those with long-term physical or mental conditions as a result of age or a disability.
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You can view the diversity data across all firms or filter by the following:

  • Nation
  • Work type
  • Region
  • Number of branches
  • Number of partners

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