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Diversity Data

As an SRA regulated law firm, Oracle Solicitors is required to collect, report and publish data about the diversity make-up of our workforce every two years. The surveys are not compulsory and employees can opt out of the data collection or choose to not answer specific questions.

To protect the anonymity of the survey we have removed the comparison of job roles on our captured data.

The data recorded is correct for June 2023.



Gender Identity vs Gender Identity at birth


Disability (according to Equality Act)

Day-to-day activities limited due to health problem or disability lasting at least 12 months

School type from 11 to 16

Did either of your parents attend university by the time you were 18?

Time spent providing unpaid care for those with long term physical or mental ill health caused by disability or age

Primary carer for a child under 18

Work of the main / highest income earner in your household when you were aged about 14

* Such as: teacher, nurse, physiotherapist, social worker, musician, police officer (sergeant or above), software designer, accountant, solicitor, medical practitioner, scientist, civil / mechanical engineer.

** Such as: finance manager, chief executive, large business owner, office manager, retail manager, bank manager, restaurant manager, warehouse manager.

*** Such as: secretary, personal assistant, call centre agent, clerical worker, nursery nurse.

**** Such as: motor mechanic, plumber, printer, electrician, gardener, train driver.

***** Such as: postal worker, machine operative, security guard, caretaker, farm worker, catering assistant, sales assistant, HGV driver, cleaner, porter, packer, labourer, waiter/waitress, bar staff.

****** Such as: corner shop owners, small plumbing companies, retail shop owner, single restaurant or cafe owner, taxi owner, garage owner; Long term unemployed (claimed Jobseeker’s Allowance or earlier unemployment benefit for more than a year).