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www.saunders.co.uk

Diversity

Saunders Law believes that a diverse work environment benefits both our employees and the communities that we represent. We are committed to fostering and encouraging a supportive culture that is free from all forms discrimination, be it on the grounds of gender, race, religion, sexual orientation or physical abilities.

This reflects our wider dedication to justice in representing those who have been subjected to discrimination and harassment in the workplace and by public bodies. We recognize the importance of the legal profession being accessible to all and are committed to ensuring social mobility by engaging in work experience programs with those who would not ordinarily have such access.

The firm’s unshakeable commitment to diversity is reflected in its approach to diversity which is overseen by each of the firm’s partners. Each year the firm undertakes a diversity survey and transparently publishes this on its website.

Corporate Responsibility
At Saunders Law, part of our unshakeable commitment to justice requires us to always consider the impact of our business on the environment and the wider community. This includes using recycled office supplies, reducing paper use through electronic-only filing and auditing our suppliers to ensure we chose only those whose environmental impact is considered.

The firm supports a wide variety of charities, including the London Legal Support Trust and Macmillan Cancer Support.

 

Legal Developments by:
Saunders Law

  • Putting a name on it - business disclosure requirements

    An e-trader, or merely a business which uses its website as a shop window, may be conducting an otherwise honest, lawful and legitimate business but unless they comply with domestic and European regulations properly identifying the name and address of the trader or trading enterprise, they could find themselves at the wrong end of a criminal prosecution.
    - Saunders Law Partnership

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