Top firms step up pressure on partners to take responsibility for improving diversity

Hogan Lovells partner pay reviews to include assessment of efforts to boost diversity

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Some of the UK’s largest law firms are placing more impetus on partners to take individual responsibility to improve diversity among their ranks.

UK top 10 firms Hogan Lovells, Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) and Allen & Overy (A&O) are among those stepping up efforts to hold partners to account by more explicitly linking diversity to compensation and performance reviews.

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