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Employment: Senior Executive - London (Firms)
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"She has an outstanding work ethic, she is responsive, she has seemingly limitless reserves of patience and she exhibits sensitivity to the impact of challenging litigation on her clients." "She has years of experience under herbelt, she is very impressive in cases with a mental health element and she is very good with clients."
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Experienced in advising employers and senior executives on complex employment law matters with a particular focus on mental health and stress at work. Regularly represents clients in Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal claims. In 2020 alone she has represented clients in claims of unfair dismissal, whistleblowing, race discrimination, harassment and victimisation. In 2021 she has represented clients in unfair dismissal, whistleblowing and race discrimination claims.
Trained and qualified at Teacher Stern LLP before joining BDBF in January 2018
Employment Lawyer Association, Association of Partnership Practitioners