Is there a "glass ceiling" for female Law graduates, or those from ethnic backgrounds

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Georgie-I
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Hi all,

I'm researching the diversity of Justices in the top two tiers of the legal system - The Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal.

I am particularly interested in the obstacles that females, and those from ethnic backgrounds face when trying to rise up the ranks in the legal profession (or even getting into the legal profession at all)

Would anyone mind filling in the following questionnaire? It's only about 5 mins, but I'm finding it hard to get responses from any of the barristers that I have contacted.

Thanks!
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