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Direct Access Employment Law

Direct Access Employment Law

Our Employment Team are experts in all areas of employment law and are vastly experienced in Tribunals, all the way up to the highest tiers of the Court system.

Our barristers have a reputation as being client focused, flexible and approachable. Many of the barristers in the team are members of the Employment Lawyers Association and Employment Law Association.

The team represents both employers and employees, including local authorities, trade unions, large and small private sector organisations as well as individual employees.

Instructing an employment law barrister directly can prove excellent value for money as you remove the need for a solicitor, saving on solicitor's fees. Our clerks will advise whether Public Access is the best option for you, and if not, what your best alternatives are for your budget. 

We cover a wide range of employment work, carried out at all levels including:

  • Unfair and wrongful dismissal
  • Redundancy
  • Equal pay
  • Sex, race, age and disability discrimination
  • Wages
  • Transfer of undertakings
  • Remuneration, Pensions & Benefits
  • Employment contracts
  • Injunctive relief and Employee competition
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Equality & Discrimination
  • Whistleblowing & victimisation
  • Employment Status
To view our public access employment law barristers, please select a barrister from the right side of this page.
 
To apply for a public access barrister, please fill in and return our initial questionnaire at the bottom of our Public Access Page.
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