Crown Chambers signs Women in Law Pledge
Crown Chambers is delighted to have signed the Women in Law Pledge, a commitment to working together to harness the power of gender equality to transform the business of law.
An initiative led by The Bar Council, Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEX) and The Law Society, organisations that sign up are committing to do all that is in their power to build a more equal and fair profession.
Along with committing to supporting the progression of all women into senior roles in the legal profession, the Women in Law Pledge recognises the sector’s diversity, and that organisations are at different starting points in gender equality and action plans, objectives and targets are essential. As an organisation committing to the pledge, Crown Chambers plans to deliver our goals to reflect transparency and accountability in supporting change.
Naomi Madderson, Head of Chambers, commented, “We are proud signatories to the Women in Law Pledge. We are committed to the progress of equality, elimination of sex discrimination and pledge to make positive change for the legal profession.”
Find out more about the Women in Law Pledge here