Historically, law firms don’t have the best reputation when it comes to diversity and inclusion. But, finally, after years of tackling the issue head on, law firm workforces are becoming more diverse. Regardless of colour, educational background or gender, the most important thing should be how good you are at your job. There’s a long way to go yet and some firms are undoubtedly better than others, but trainees at these Future Lawyers Winner firms feel like part of the team. Click on a firm name to read their Future Lawyers profile and see how they scored in other categories.

Cooley (UK) LLP93.8
White & Case LLP90.0
Morrison Foerster89.2
Duncan Lewis89.0
Crown Prosecution Service88.5
Latham & Watkins87.9
Howes Percival86.7
Forbes Solicitors86.4
Kingsley Napley85.5
Brabners LLP85.0
Steele Raymond84.0
Leigh Day82.9
Hill Dickinson82.5
Devonshires Solicitors82.5
Anthony Collins82.5
Mills & Reeve81.5
Milbank LLP81.1