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As ever, diversity is the marrow of our organisation. This year, the theme underpinning our events calendar has been ‘Identity and Belonging’.

As ever, diversity is the marrow of our organisation. This year, the theme underpinning our events calendar has been ‘Identity and Belonging’. To this end, we’ve maintained and improved upon our slate of diversity-based panel events; among our new events are those putting the spotlight on disabled and immigrant barristers.

Most committed to increasing diversity

At the heart of the society is an unbelievably hard-working team of volunteers, whose sole compensation for hours of unpaid work is the knowledge that their efforts are contributing to a brighter future -- both for our members and for the Bar in general.

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