Our team at The Legists is extremely proud of our commitment to diversity & inclusion regarding recruitment in the legal profession.

We understand how challenging and complex the process of applying for legal roles might be – we have all experienced it first-hand. As a diverse team made up of women of colour and non-UK individuals, we empathise strongly with those who feel that their future prospects are less positive because of such defining characteristics.

Thus, we strive to maintain a platform that is accessible to everyone and where no candidate is treated less favourably because of their personal characteristics.

These include:

  • Age
  • Gender
  • Race
  • Ethnicity
  • Skin Colour
  • National Origin
  • Mental or Physical Disability
  • Genetic Information
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Relationship to someone who may be discriminated against
  • Pregnancy or Parenthood

The examples of our ongoing commitment and motivation to maintain diverse and inclusion are as follows:

Flexibility and Freedom

We are inclusive of every position in the legal profession. You can advertise all your legal vacancies with us regardless of seniority, position or location. As we have an array of packages for you to choose from, we can address all your hiring needs and help you find the perfect candidate for the role.
Flexibility and Freedom


As we are an AI-powered job search engine, the majority of the job search work is done by technology. This makes our platform modern, professional and easy-to-navigate, giving users the best job search experience, regardless of their computer proficiency or experience in job-hunting.

Anonymous Recruiting

For the first time in online recruitment history, our tech-enabled system allows firms to post opportunities anonymously, while candidates can apply anonymously too.
Anonymous Recruiting
Our AR technology promotes your firm’s diversity and inclusion goals. The unintended influence of implicit bias may lead to discrimination. Our AR approach mitigates these risks and increases diversity, inclusion and equality within the profession, whilst also providing more comfort for candidates to apply freely knowing their personal information is not as yet disclosed and their application is assessed purely on their merits.