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Equality and diversity

Ethnicity Pay Gap report 2021

This report covers the ethnicity pay gap reporting for the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).

Our equality, diversity and inclusion work 2020/21

This is an overview of our work to promote equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) setting out how we continued to place EDI at the heart of our work.

Upholding professional standards 2019/20 - Corporate reporting

Our Upholding Professional Standards report sets out information about how complaints are handled, how we conduct investigations, and how we decide whether and what sort of regulatory action is necessary.

Upholding Professional Standards – Diversity Monitoring, Supporting Report 2019/20 - Corporate reporting

This is the second year we have published this information, and we will continue to annually report on these findings.

Workforce progress report 2020

Welcome to our 2020 SRA staff diversity report. This provides information about our staff and what we did in 2020 to make sure we have a diverse and inclusive workplace, reflecting our core values and how we work.

Upholding Professional Standards – Diversity Monitoring, Supporting Report - Corporate reporting

We take our commitment to supporting equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) very seriously.

Our work since the ICCR on the profile of solicitors in our enforcement work

There is a longstanding overrepresentation of certain groups – men and people from a black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) background – in our enforcement processes, as is widely seen across many regulators and sectors.

SQE: monitoring and maximising diversity

The Bridge Group – research experts on diversity and social equality – independent report into the diversity implications of the Solicitors Qualifying Examination.

Promoting disability inclusion in law firms – setting out good practice

This work sets out disability inclusive measures that law firms can put in place for employees, clients and others they deal with in the course of their work.

Reasonable adjustments in the provision of legal services

We commissioned YouGov to explore what reasonable adjustments law firms could offer to make sure their services are more accessible for disabled people. As part of this they surveyed more than 3,500 disabled people through a combination of online surveys, one-to-one interviews and online forums. A workshop was also held with a number of local and national charities.