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Diversity at Addleshaw Goddard

Addleshaw Goddard have organised their approach around five key strands of diversity focusing on: disability, ethnicity, gender, LGBTQ+ and social mobility. The firm also provides comprehensive support for parents and carers and runs ongoing mental health and wellbeing awareness campaigns.  

Addleshaw Goddard has created a high-performance culture that is inclusive, supportive and which thrives on individuality, personality and team spirit. People at the firm expect the best of each other and want everyone to succeed, regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, disability, religious practice or any other perceived difference.

Addleshaw Goddard's diversity programme is represented at the most senior level of the business by the board sponsor. It is run by a dedicated Human Resources (HR) team, partner sponsors and volunteers from across the business. The firm has organised their approach around five key strands of diversity focusing on: disability, ethnicity, gender, LGBTQ+ and social mobility, and also provide comprehensive support for parents and carers and run an ongoing mental health and wellbeing awareness campaigns. In addition, Addleshaw Goddard also has people networks that not only support and help inform the firm's inclusion strategy but also provide an opportunity for people to learn more about specific subject matter, network and share their lived experience. Networks include:

AG Embrace – race and ethnicity network

OpenAG – LGBTQ+ network

The Disability Network – disability and carers network

The Vine – women's network

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