Zenith Chambers are committed to equal opportunities practices and to creating an unprejudiced environment. We therefore do not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, ethnic or national origin, nationality, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age, religion or political persuasion. This applies to our treatment of clients and staff, our attitude to the acceptance of briefs and our employment selection policy.
In addition, in accordance with the guidance issued by the Bar Council and the Bar Standards Board, we will provide equal treatment and opportunities to all job applicants, whether they be in relation to clerks, staff, tenants or pupils. No decisions on recruitment, training, development, promotion or anything which may affect employees, applicants and clients will be influenced by any of these factors.
The policy also covers the conduct of all members, pupils and staff and discrimination of any kind will be viewed as unacceptable. Any breach of this conduct will result in the commencement of disciplinary procedures. It is the policy of these Chambers to adhere to the Bar Council Equality Code, compliant with the Bar.
‘Deals with all types of serious crime.’Legal 500 (2016)
Respected practitioner who is highly regarded for his advocacy in serious criminal cases.Chambers & Partners 2018