We are proud to partner with the following organisations to improve diversity and inclusion at Stewarts, within the legal industry and our broader communities.

Future Frontiers

Stewarts has partnered with Future Frontiers, an award-winning charity that works with schools and businesses across the UK to provide coaching and access to professional role models to young people aged 14-16.

In the UK, family income is the strongest predictor of how well a young person will do at school and the future opportunities they will have. As a result, many young people do not realise their potential due to factors outside their control. Future Frontiers aims to change this by delivering a programme of career coaching, advice and guidance that helps them consider their post-school options and future career.

The Social Mobility Foundation

Stewarts are proud to have hosted cohorts of work experience students via the Social Mobility Foundation, a fantastic charity which aims to make practical improvements in social mobility for young people in the UK.

Each year a number of bright students join the firm for a one-week placement held across both Stewarts offices in London and Leeds. The programme was designed to be informative and fun, while offering insight into a career in the legal industry.

Stewarts is listed as a Top 75 employer for social mobility in the 2023 Employer Index, published by the Social Mobility Foundation.


We are proud to be a Stonewall Diversity Champion. We share Stonewall’s value that people perform better when they can be themselves and share their core belief in the power of a workplace that is truly equal. To find out more, please visit Stonewall’s website here.

Stonewall UK Workplace Equality Index

Dr Ateh Jewel Foundation

The Stewarts Foundation is proud to announce its support of the Dr Ateh Jewel Foundation, helping to fund Oxford university places for Black and mixed heritage British students from low income families.

The Dr Ateh Jewel Award will support three students from low income families each year through their first academic year at Oxford. Students will be empowered to use funds at their own discretion giving them the flexibility to create the perfect environment to thrive during their first year at Oxford.

University of Birmingham – accessible legal information project

Stewarts is supporting a new research project funded by the University of Birmingham that is bringing together legal professionals and people with learning difficulties to produce accessible legal information.

There is a significant unmet legal need for accessible information about common legal topics. The project brings together legal professionals and people with learning disabilities to co-produce accessible legal information on common legal topics and provide a model for ethical co-production with disabled people.