Employment law solicitor specialising in contentious and non-contentious matters.
I am a newly-qualified solicitor in the Employment team at Anthony Collins Solicitors. I act for individuals, local authorities, schools, housing associations, charities and others in a range of contentious and non-contentions matters, including employment tribunal proceedings, settlement agreements, contracts of employment and polices, as well as discrete advice on employment-related issues.
I joined Anthony Collins Solicitors as a paralegal in 2015 and started my training contract in 2016, completing seats in Corporate Litigation, Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence and Employment and Property (Development).
In September 2018 I qualified as a solicitor in the Employment team. As a solicitor, I support clients with day-to-day employment issues as well as more complex matters.
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Join us at the CIH Annual Conference 2019 at Manchester Central from 25-27 June.
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On 7 March 2019, the updated NHS Standard Contract was published – what changes have been made and how should care providers respond?
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