DIVERSITY

As a firm regulated by the SRA, we are required to collect, report and publish workforce diversity data about the diversity make-up of our workforce.

Cocks Lloyd are committed to recruiting, retaining and developing a workforce that reflects at all levels the diverse communities that we serve.
It is important that we monitor and analyse diversity information so that we can ensure that our HR processes are fair, transparent, promote equality of opportunity for all staff, and do not have an adverse impact on any particular group.
In 2019, we surveyed our staff, 73.2% of whom responded.

An overview of the results is below.

(1) Role within the firm?

  • 10% completing the survey are a partner of the firm
  • 33% completing the survey are Solicitors (not partner)
  • 33% completing the survey are CILEx Practitioners
  • 33% completing the survey are in other fee earning roles
  • 33% completing the survey are in a Managerial Role
  • 66% are other employee or staff members of the firm
  • 00% IT/HR/ other corporate services role

(2) Age

  • 66% of staff completing the survey were between 16-24 years of age
  • 66% of staff completing the survey were between 25-34 years of age
  • 66% of staff completing the survey were between 35-44 years of age
  • 66% of staff completing the survey were between 45-54 years of age
  • 66% of staff completing the survey were between 55-64 years of age
  • 66% of staff completing the survey were 65 years of age or over

 

(3) Gender

  • 30% of staff completing the survey were identify as being male.
  • 70% of staff completing the survey were identify as being female.

 

(4) Ethnicity

  • 33% of staff completing the survey were British / English / Welsh / Northern Irish / Scottish.
  • 33% of staff completing the survey were Indian
  • 33% of staff completing the survey came from another ethnic group

(5) Background

  • 60% of staff completing the survey attended UK State School (non-selective)
  • 20% of staff completing the survey attended UK State School (selective on academic, faith or other)
  • 33% attended UK Independent/Fee-paying School (bursary)
  • 66 attended UK Independent/Fee-paying School (no bursary)
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