Five Paper’s strong commitment to diversity is recognised in the Diversity League Table.

20th November 2015

Five Paper’s continuing commitment to increasing diversity in the legal profession has earned it 4th place in the Black Solicitors Network Diversity League Table for 2015. Five Paper took joint 1st place for the Practice and Policy aspects of the survey and increased its ranking for female members of chambers to 3rd place from last year’s 5th place, with 43% of our barristers being women. We were ranked 6th for minority ethnic members of chambers, with 13% of Five Paper from BAME backgrounds. Head of Chambers, Nick Grundy commented: “This is a great result, which we’ve achieved by a team effort by all at Five Paper. It demonstrates our long-standing commitment to increasing diversity by recruiting and nurturing talent amongst members of chambers, pupils and our support staff. We hope that our performance in the Diversity League Table will encourage people from a wide range of backgrounds to join us, and we will continue to work towards improving our ranking and the profession overall.”

2015 Diversity League Table report (Digital Edition)