Our values and behaviours sit as the foundation of our one team culture, where the contribution of colleagues is valued, and all of our colleagues feel empowered to do their best work. We succeed together and provide an environment where individuals feel they belong and can be themselves.
We are committed to creating a work environment where our colleagues are enabled to work together to create positive outcomes.
Colleagues from around DWF joined together to walk over 40 miles of Hadrian's Wall and raise money for the DWF Foundation. Take a look at our video to hear about the importance of getting involved in volunteering and the benefits this has for the charities we support.
Diversity and Inclusion is central to our culture and how we do business. It means everyone that works here can be themselves, and feel safe, secure and respected. Our leadership team are visible role models within our business and a large proportion of their work is centered around setting the tone for our culture, ensuring it aligns with our purpose and strategy.
By actively engaging with colleagues and working with our range of D&I groups they are able to understand the issues and support activity that ensures DWF is somewhere that colleagues can have a fulfilling, challenging and positive experience.
The DWF LGBTQIA+ Employee Network, OutFront, have created events and content to support colleagues understand LGBTQIA+ discrimination, particularly in the workplace, and what steps can be taken to prevent it.
The Rubie Awards is our annual award ceremony that recognises DWF people across the globe who have made a significant contribution during the last year. Here we reveal the 2021 winners.
Senior Solicitor Bijal Patel shares her personal story about growing up and entering the legal profession as a woman of colour as part of The Lawyer's Women Against Adversity campaign.
Apprentice Solicitor, Rebecca Byrne, talks about the benefits of a legal apprenticeship scheme.