Kyah Mufti joins The Bar Council’s Race Working Group as the representative for the South Eastern Circuit



There is a great deal of work for the Bar to do to improve race equality, with the Bar Council Working Group having identified the key areas of access, retention, progression and culture.  Kyah has been committed to race equality work for a number of years and looks forward to contributing to the efforts of the Race Working Group on behalf of the South Eastern Circuit.

Kyah encourages anyone practicing in the South Eastern Circuit to get in touch with her to share thoughts or concerns in relation to race equality issues or incidents.

More information about the working group can be found here.

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