Why The Term 'BAME' is No Longer Fit For Purpose in The Legal Industry
The collective term allows law firms and chambers to avoid accountability on how many Black people they have.
I feel a slight apprehension when usage of the acronym ‘BAME’ (Black, Asian and minority ethnic) comes up as a point of discussion and I express that it is better, for all affected and for transparency, for it to be disaggregated.
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