As an experienced Employment Law solicitor, I know the importance of having someone on your side to help you fight for a fair outcome.
I am an Employment Law solicitor at the Brighton and Hove office and qualified in 2001. I have a wide range of experience having worked for the Government Legal Department, defending Government departments, and also for Thompsons, trade union firm, bringing claims for union members.
I have expertise in:
I act for both employers and employees.
I spent ten years bringing claims for trade union members against employers large and small, including public companies and charities.
At the Government Legal Department I acted for central government departments, mainly the Ministry of Justice, defending employee claims.
After gaining a degree in French, I passed the law conversion course, and the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in London with Distinction. I qualified as a solicitor in 2001.
I worked for HMRC as a tax lawyer, before deciding this was not my vocation.
I volunteered at the Waterloo Legal Advice Service and at Tooting Legal Advice Centre which are drop-in centres providing free legal advice for the community.
I have two young children who keep me busy when I am not working. I still make it out to the odd gig and I am a keen choral singer.