Today marks an encouraging step forward for diversity in the legal sector with two female High Court Judges being appointed. This brings the total number of female judges in the High Court to 23.
Bobbie Cheema-Grubb, QC, one of the women appointed, has become the first Asian woman in the High Court judiciary.
Although critics say the ratios are still far too low, these steps should be celebrated as progression in a traditionally white, male, middle class dominated profession.
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Judicial gender diversity reaches record high as two more female High Court judges are appointed Two women have been appointed to the High Court judiciary today, taking the number of female High Court judges to its highest figure ever.