About Us


Chambers Diversity recognises and promotes diversity in the legal profession. Through interviews, opinions and our global diversity events, we aim to champion and support lawyers who are helping to further the advancement of diversity in the law.

Since 2012, Chambers Diversity has brought together private practice lawyers and in-house counsel from across the globe to support and champion gender equality, diversity and inclusion in the legal profession internationally.

Chris Kay, Global Diversity and Seminars Manager

The Chambers Diversity programme is managed by the Global Diversity and Seminars Manager, Chris Kay.

Chris Kay is a UK qualified solicitor and the Seminars Manager at Chambers and Partners. Chris was a practising solicitor before moving to Chambers and Partners. As part of his role he works with general counsel, barristers and law firm partners around the world to organise and moderate legal seminars.

Chris also leads the Chambers Diversity programme – a global series that provides a platform to outstanding lawyers who have shown a real commitment to advancing diversity within the legal profession. Chambers Diversity investigates the recruitment, retention and promotion of diverse lawyers to create critical discussion and, ultimately, a more equal and inclusive profession.

Luke Vincett, Deputy Diversity and Seminars Manager

The Chambers Diversity Blog is edited by the Deputy Diversity and Seminars Manager, Luke Vincett.

Luke has been researching diversity in the legal profession and editing the Chambers Diversity Blog for a total of 18 months, with six months spent travelling in between. Along with organising the Chambers Diversity Seminars, the blog gives diverse professionals a platform to share personal experiences of overcoming societal barriers and practical advice for retaining and promoting minority staff, as well as creating an inclusive workplace culture.

The views and opinions expressed in these articles are solely those of the original authors and other contributors. These views and opinions do not necessarily represent those of Chambers and Partners.

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