Stevens & Bolton is committed to providing equal opportunities and encouraging diversity in employment. It is the firm’s policy to promote an environment free from discrimination, harassment and victimisation.
Our policies and practices apply to all stages of the recruitment process, and for the development and promotion of staff during their career at the firm.
We are committed to treating individuals fairly and giving them an equal chance. In our view, it’s about constantly promoting an inclusive culture that encourages everyone to realise their full potential, and through that approach comes true teamwork and strength.
A key diversity challenge for many large law firms is the gender balance at senior levels of the firm. At Stevens Bolton, 38% of our partners are female (as a comparison, the UK law firm average for female partners is 27-33%). To see full details of our diversity statistics for 2016/17 please click here
We are a member of The Law Society’s Diversity and Inclusion charter, a public commitment by legal practices to promote the values of diversity, equality and inclusion throughout their firm.