No5 Barristers’ Chambers is proud to sign up to the FreeBar Charter

Wed, 20 Oct 2021

No5 Barristers’ Chambers is proud to sign up to the FreeBar Charter. The Charter has been designed to guide organisations at the Bar in implementing best practice with regards to LGBT+ inclusion and to allow them to demonstrate to potential applicants and clients that they are, or are working towards becoming, an LGBT+ inclusive organisation. By signing up No5 confirms its longstanding recognition of the importance of creating a welcoming atmosphere for people of all backgrounds, including by being inclusive of those with multiple or intersecting identities.

Head of Equality and Diversity at No5, Yasmin Yasseri, said:

“No5 is dedicated to implementing the 11 commitments of the charter. We are committed to creating an atmosphere of inclusivity for people of all backgrounds, beliefs and identities”

To view a copy of our FreeBar Charter, click here.

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