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Diversity Data 2017

Sampson Coward LLP are committed to ensuring that all job applicants and members of staff are treated equally, without discrimination because of gender, sexual orientation, marital or civil partner status, gender reassignment, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, disability or age.

Sampson Coward LLP are required to publish workforce diversity data about the diversity make-up of their workforce on an annual basis.  The data set out below is published on an anonymous basis and in accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act 1998.

Role categories

Solicitors partners: 3, Other solicitors: 3, Other fee earning role: 1,  People directly supporting a fee earner: 8,  People in other service roles: 2,  Chartered Legal Executives: 2,  Prefer not to say: 1

Age

16-24: 1,  25-34: 3,  35-44: 5,  45-54: 3,  55-64: 8,  65+: 1

Gender

Female: 18,  Male: 3

Transgender

Yes: 1,  No: 20

Disability (according to Equality Act)

Yes: 1,  No: 19, Invalid/no response: 1

Day-to-day limitation to activities

Yes, limited a little: 2,  No: 19

Ethnicity

British/English/Welsh/Northern Irish/Scottish: 21

Religion or belief

No religion or belief: 10,  Christian: 10,  Any other religion or belief: 1

Sexual Orientation

Hetrosexual/straight: 20,  Prefer not to say: 1

School type from 11 to 18

UK state school: 17,  UK independent/fee paying school: 3,  Prefer not to say: 1

University first generation to attend

Yes: 4, No: 4,  Did not attend university: 9,  Invalid/no response: 4

Primary carer for a child under 18

Yes: 6,  No: 15

Time spent providing unpaid care for those with physical or mental ill health

No: 20,  Yes, 1-19 hours per week: 1

 

Number of non-respondents: 3