An inclusive workplace establishes a culture in which our people are respected and treated fairly, regardless of background, gender, race or any other protected characteristic. It means individuals have the opportunity to learn, develop and progress whilst feeling engaged and valued, and knowing that their safety and wellbeing is a priority.

Being an exceptional and inclusive workplace is a differentiator for the firm – when surveyed 98% of our people stated they feel we have an open and inclusive culture. Through fair recruitment practices, including unconscious bias training as well as contextual and blind recruitment, we can attract and retain the best talent to deliver innovative and excellent client service. We recognise the wider societal benefits too; inclusivity supports social mobility, diversity, wellbeing, family life and a fairer, more cohesive society in which everyone has a fairer chance of success. You can find out more in our Careers section.

We are absolutely thrilled that the firm has been crowned the RollOnFriday ‘Best Law Firm to Work at 2022’. This win is particularly positive as it’s based purely on our people’s individual views of the firm, and is a further reflection of the amazing culture that we have all built together at Burges Salmon.



How do our people feel about working at Burges Salmon? Watch our videos about ‘The power of inclusion’ to hear their experiences and find out what we are doing to build an inclusive workplace.

The Power of Inclusion

Flexible working


Inclusive workplace

Apprentices and trainess