Boddy Matthews Solicitors (we) believe that a commitment to diversity and inclusion is essential to reflect the society we serve today.  It makes business sense because it helps us to attract and retain the best talent, it enables us to understand and meet clients’ needs more effectively and so provide a better quality service.

We are committed to promote and practice equal opportunities within our workplace.

We are obliged by the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority to publish our data on diversity, unless individuals can be identified. As we are a small firm, we provide a summary below.

Of the three solicitors and one paralegal, the age range is from 23-58. All are female and heterosexual. Two have children under 18. Three are British and one is from another white background. Two went to a non-selective state school, one went to a selective state school and one went to school out of the UK. One is Christian, one is Jewish, one has no religion or belief and one prefers not to say. None has a disability, none has a condition that affects them occasionally and none care for someone with a long term physical or mental ill health caused by disability or age. Three have parents who went to university, the parents of the other did not attend university. Two reported that their parents had modern professional and traditional professional occupations, one had parents in senior, middle or junior management/ administration  and one had parents who were small business owners.

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