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We are committed to eliminating discrimination and promoting equality and diversity in our policies, practices and procedures and in those areas in which we have influence. This applies to our dealings with other members of the firm (which for this purpose includes the firm’s employees, partners and any self-employed person engaged by the firm) and other solicitors, barristers, clients, contractors, recruitment agencies, suppliers and other third parties.

We are committed to treating everyone equally and with the same attention, courtesy and respect and not to discriminate without lawful cause against any person, nor victimise or harass them on the grounds of their race or racial group (including colour, nationality and ethnic or national origins), sex (including marital status, gender reassignment, pregnancy, maternity and paternity), sexual orientation (including civil partnership status), religion or belief, age or disability.

We are committed to taking such steps and making such adjustments as are necessary in all the circumstances in order to prevent any members of the firm and clients from being placed at a substantial disadvantage in comparison with those who are not disabled.

At Marriott Harrison LLP, we recognise that there is an intrinsic link between our business and the community in which we operate and that the people with whom we work and the way in which we do business has an impact on our local community. We endeavour to make that impact a positive one. Our CSR programme seeks to address social inclusion, local community initiatives, support to vulnerable groups and the development of people and places in the community.

Our CSR Programme includes:

  • Encouraging all members of staff to get involved in supporting our community, whether it is on an individual basis or as part of a larger team;
  • Working with organisations in Camden and King’s Cross to engage with young, elderly and/or vulnerable people in the community;
  • Fundraising for local and national charitable organisations by taking part in a variety of events and activities, including particapting in the London legal walk; and
  • Mentoring law students at City Law School, BPP Law School and The College of Law.

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