Baker McKenzie has announced a series of gender diversity targets that it hopes to reach globally in the coming years.

The firm has set itself a target of a 40:40:20 gender diversity split, to represent 40% women, 40% men and 20% flexible, which the firm says can include women, men and non-binary persons, by July 2025. The numbers apply to partners, senior business professionals and firm committee leadership.

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