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Look at our D&I Action Plan for 2019–2021, our 2020 Annual D&I Report, our UK Gender Pay Gap Report for the period to 5 April 2018, and the 2019 demographic survey for our London office.

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Diversity & Inclusion Action Plan

Diversity and inclusion is an integral part of the firm's business strategy. In 2017, we adopted the goal of "being renowned internally and by our peers for diversity" and made the commitment to engage with key diversity issues to provide a culture of openness, transparency and integrity.

As part of this commitment, we are delighted to launch Ashurst's first integrated Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan. The Action Plan outlines our overarching inclusion priorities and the practical steps that we will collectively take to progress D&I within the firm over the next two years.

Diversity & Inclusion Report

The Diversity & Inclusion Annual Report showcases a range of events and initiatives from across our diversity strands throughout our network of offices globally.

We are delighted to share with you our 2020 Diversity and Inclusion Annual Report. 2020 was a year like no other however thanks to the commitment of our people at Ashurst, diversity and inclusion remained at the heart of everything we do.

SRA Demographic Survey

Every two years, the Solicitors Regulation Authority asks every law firm in England and Wales to conduct a demographic survey.   

The data collected shows Ashurst London's population according to a variety of demographic characteristics. Collecting diversity data helps the SRA see how the profession as a whole is changing and is also invaluable to the firm to understand and assess how different groups are represented and make progress, and whether actions the firm is taking to address any imbalances are having an impact.

The document below shows the results for Ashurst's London office as at June 2019, of which 78% of the office staff participated in the survey.

Gender Pay Gap Report

New legislation came into force in April 2017 requiring UK employers with more than 250 employees to publish their gender pay gap. This report provides an understanding of why we have a gap, the mandatory statistics and what we are doing as a firm to address this.

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