Reasonable adjustments in organisations – best practice for disability inclusion
We've created best practice guidance for disability inclusion, to help organisations better understand their legal obligations.
Securing reasonable adjustments consistently emerged as the most significant barrier for disabled and neurodivergent people in the profession in the Legally Disabled? research launched in 2020.
Together with the Legally Disabled? research team, our Lawyers with Disabilities Division Committee have created guidance to help organisations understand what they're legally obliged to do in terms of reasonable adjustments, and how to implement them.
The guidance includes real examples from many firms and organisations collated to share best practice of what’s being done and is working right now.
This will also be valuable information for disabled people working in the legal profession, as it shows what is possible and practical.
The guidance also contains a terminology and language section, explaining many terms and concepts relating to disability inclusion.
Thanks to all the firms and organisations who contributed to the guidance – especially the following, who agreed to be named within the body:
|Allen & Overy||Government Legal Department|
|Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner||Herbert Smith Freehills|
|Cartridges Law||JCP Solicitors|
|Charles Russell Speechlys||Julie West Solicitors|
|DAC Beachcroft||Mills & Reeve|
|Eversheds Sutherland||Slaughter and May|
Download the full report
Take a look at our guidance on easy wins and action points for disability inclusion