Diversity & Inclusion

KN Families

Family circumstances play a huge part in our overall wellbeing, and can provide great motivation for, and serious challenges to, working life. KN Families’ initiatives are aimed at supporting our lives outside of work, allowing us to be at our best in work.”

Richard Clayman, Senior Associate

We aim to create a safe, inclusive community within KN to build connections and share resources, information and insights to support working parents and carers.


Here’s just some of what we did in 2021:

  • We developed enhanced parental leave packs to support people along every stage of their exciting journey.
  • We became the first legal employer  to sign the Menopause Workplace pledge. 
  • introduced a series of new policies and initiatives to help parents and carers, including: a Pregnancy loss policy providing 10 days’ paid time off for all staff who are directly or indirectly affected by this tragedy and a domestic abuse policy.
  • signed the Miscarriage Associations Pregnancy Loss Pledge, encouraging firms to ensure that employees going through a difficult, traumatic time get the support and time off they need.
  • ran a mini campaign to support national grief and bereavement awareness week.
  • Once again hosted ‘Santa’s Grotto’ in our new office to create a positive celebration of working parents and provide the opportunity for children  of the firm to visit the office.

KN Families Bulletin Board

KN Families Bulletin Board

Flexible Working

What are the implications of the proposed changes to the flexible working regime announced by the Government?

Kingsley Napley first legal employer to sign Menopause Workplace Pledge

Law firm Kingsley Napley LLP is pleased to announce it has signed the Menopause Workplace Pledge run by the Wellbeing of Women charity and supported by the Countess of Wessex. It was the first law firm to do so and is currently the only City law firm on the charity’s employer list.

Kingsley Napley launches pregnancy loss policy

KN now provides paid time off from work due to pregnancy loss for all firm members, whether they are affected directly or indirectly.

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