A step forward
City firms are coming under increasing attack for failing to encourage lawyers from ethnic minority groups - are clients the key to pushing a sea change forward? Mary Mullally reports
The past few weeks have seen City firms increasingly come under the spotlight for failing diversity policies. Last month, Department for Constitutional Affairs junior minister David Lammy attacked the top-tier firms for failing to nurture ethnic minority lawyers, claiming that they faced a “titanium ceiling” blocking their progress at City practices.
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