Can setting targets break through the diversity barrier?

A debate, organised by the Student Law supplement of The Times and The Brief, saw Courtenay Griffiths QC on the panel,  chaired by Baroness Hale, discussing diversity and whether setting targets could break diversity barriers and help instil aspirations in students that law as a profession is available to all with hard work and dedication.  Reported in The Times on 25 February, the article can be read here.


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