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Can setting targets break through diversity barrier?

PUBLISHED February 27, 2016

The most senior woman judge this week floated the idea of targets as a means to creating a more diverse senior judiciary. Baroness Hale, deputy president of the Supreme Court, said it was 15 years since she was appointed to the House of Lords appellate committee, which preceded the Supreme Court, and still she was the only woman. She joked: “What am I doing wrong?”

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