When Corrine, a Black lawyer, saw her name on a client pitch led by one of the partners at the major U.K. law firm where she was an associate, she was confused. “It wasn’t even my area of work,” she said.

She soon realised that the pitching team “did not include a person of colour”. And despite having no involvement in the matter, the firm “added my name to the pitch”.

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