Chambers’ Diversity Data Officer is Thomas Roe QC.

The following data was provided by a limited number of members of chambers, pupils and staff, and is not necessarily an accurate reflection of chambers as a whole.

25-34 39%
35-44 28%
45-54 11%
55-64 17%
65+ 5%

Male 67%
Female 33%

(a) Do you consider yourself to have a disability according to the definition in the Equality Act?

Yes 11%
No 83%
Prefer not to say 6%

(b) Are your day-to-day activities limited because of a health problem or disability which has lasted, or is expected to last, at least 12 months?

Yes, limited a lot 0%
Yes, limited a little 11%
No 89%

Asian/Asian British
Pakistani 6%

Mixed/multiple ethnic groups
White and Asian 6%

British/English/Welsh/Northern Irish/Scottish 72%
Other White 16%

(a) If you went to University (to study a BA, BSc course or higher), were you part of the first generation of your family to do so?

Yes 11%
No 78%
Did not attend University 11%

(b) Did you mainly attend a state or fee paying school between the ages 11-18? 

UK State School 33%
UK Independent/Fee-paying School 61%
Attended school outside the UK 6%

(a) Are you a primary carer for a child or children under 18?

Yes 28%
No 72%

(b) Do you look after, or give any help or support to family members, friends, neighbours or others because of either:

- Long-term physical or mental ill-health/disability
- Problems related to old age

No 89%
Yes, 1-19 hours a week 11%
Yes, 20-49 hours a week 0%
Yes, 50 or more hours a week 0%

Data collected February 2013