Elite law firms pledge equal opportunities for BAME junior lawyers
Twelve more law firms pledge to tackle career barriers for BAME lawyers
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Lawyers are still “disproportionately likely” to come from privileged backgrounds, with three times as many (21%) having attended fee-paying schools than the national UK average (7%), a new report has revealed.
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