At Trinity Chambers we recognise the provisions of the Equality Act 2010. As such, we have taken steps to attempt to make the text and graphics on this website legible to as many users as possible. We have attempted to avoid confusing colour combinations for those who have visual impairment. Further, the system is configured so that browser options can be altered to increase and decrease the size of the text on the site.
We have attempted to ensure that the layout of the site is uniform on all pages. The menus are structured identically on all pages.
We have designed and built this site to meet World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) guidelines which aim to allow access to users of assistive technology. This site conforms to level AA of the Web Contact Accessibility Guidelines (1.0) set out by the W3C which is the current UK legal standard.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the accessibility of this site or you would like to discuss your accessibility requirements please contact us at email@example.com