We value the contributions of all our people across all age ranges.

It’s easy to make snap judgements about people based on their age. The world of work is constantly changing. As younger generations come into the work force, the UK also has an aging population and we expect people to work for longer into older age. So, for the first time, age inclusivity is now one of our key areas of focus. We want to make sure we are prepared for the challenges and opportunities that come with a widening of what is considered ‘working age’ and that we support our people through all stages of their working lives.

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UK Managing Partner Ray Berg and Su Akgun, Diversity and Wellbeing Manager, discuss our approach to diversity at Osborne Clarke...
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