EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY DATA (AUGUST 2020)
Bretton Woods Law has four practising barristers. All four barristers elected to answer the following Equality and Diversity Questions:
Q1: Age – Barristers:
(16-24, 25-34, 35-44, 45-54, 55-64,65+ or Prefer not to say)
- 1 is in the 55-64 category;
- 2 are in the 45-54 category; and
- 1 is the 35-44 category.
Q2: Gender – Barristers
(Male, Female or Prefer not to say)
- 2 are Female; and
- 2 are Male.
Q3: Do you consider yourself to have a disability according to the definition of the Equality Act? – Barristers
(Yes, N, or Prefer not to say)
- Of the 4 barristers, none have disabilities.
Q4: 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? – Barristers
(Yes, limited a lot, Yes, limited a little, No or Prefer not to say)
- Of the four barristers, none of their activities are limited.
Q5: Ethnic Group – Barristers
(Pakistani, Any other Asian background, British (English/Welsh/Scotland/Northern Ireland), Irish, Any other White background, Any other Ethnic Group or Prefer not to say)
- 2 are British;
- 1 is Any other Ethnic Group (Mixed European/Arab); and
- 1 would prefer not to say.
Q6: If you went to university, were you part of the first generation in your family to do so? – Barristers
(Yes, No, Did not attend University or Prefer not to say)
- 3 answered Yes; and
- 1 answered No.
Q7: Did you mainly attend a state or fee paying school between the ages 11-18 – Barristers
(UK State school, UK Independent/Fee Paying School, Attended school Outside of the UK or Prefer not to say)
- 2 went to UK State Schools (1 to Comprehensive and 1 to Grammar);
- 1 went to a UK Independent/Fee Paying School); and
- 1 attended school Outside of the UK.
Q8: Are you a primary carer for a child or children under 18? – Barristers
(Yes, No or Prefer not to say)
- Only 1 of 4 barristers is a Primary Carer.
Q9: Do you look after, or give any help or support to family members, friends, neighbours or others because of either: long term illness or mental ill-health/disability problems related to old age? – Barristers
(No, Yes, 1-19 hours per week, Yes, 20-49 hours per week, Yes, 50+ hours per week or Prefer not to say)
- 2 provide 1-19 hours of support; and
- 2 provide no such support.