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Caroline Musgrave is an employment and equality law specialist with particular expertise in discrimination, whistleblowing and equal pay. Caroline acts for companies and individuals, NHS trusts, financial institutions, trade unions and public authorities. She is highly regarded for her commercial sense, her strategic and structured approach, excellent witness handling and exceptional client service. Caroline maintains a diverse practice also representing clients in claims for personal injury, clinical negligence and at inquests.
Notable cases include Islam v HSBC (UKEAT/0264/16) concerning the duties on the Tribunal to ensure a fair hearing for a litigant with a disability and Williams v MOD  EqLR 856 in which Caroline represented the most senior serving nurse in the RAF in her claim of sex discrimination. Reported cases from the Court of Appeal include Rabess v LFEPA  IRLR 147 and Sandle v Adecco  IRLR 941.
ELA, ELBA, ILS, PIBA and A4ID
After graduation from Cambridge University, Caroline worked as a relief and development professional in Rwanda, Pakistan, Indonesia and the UK. As a barrister, Caroline has been instructed for inquest preparation in Afghanistan and has spent three months in Boston, USA as a visiting fellow at Harvard’s Law School Project on Disability.