Barrister profile for UK Bar 2022
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Employment - London (Bar)
Dee Masters heads the employment group and has extensive knowledge regarding equal pay and discrimination issues, with a particular focus on age discrimination. She represents both employers and employees.
Strengths: "A top-quality barrister who pays great attention to detail; she can home in on things that are problematic or difficult and come up with solutions." "She is calm, authoritative and responsive; she has real credibility and clout, and she gets very good results." "She is impressively clear-minded and she can quickly distil complex situations and sets of facts into sound strategy."
Recent work: Represented Kirsty White, a successful financial director, in her circa £1.6 million claim of sex discrimination against TW White & Sons.
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Employment, Discrimination and Artificial Intelligence and Technology
Dee Masters has been ranked in the legal directories since 2010 as a leading employment barrister. According to an article in The Lawyer magazine in 2019, Dee Masters was one of the "top 10" female juniors appearing in the EAT.
As a recognised expert in her field, her practice primarily consists of multi-week trials involving multiple and complex allegations. She is instructed by employers, employees and unions in high value or important claims. Due to her expertise, she regularly advises NGOs and government agencies on the development of discrimination law and she has delivered judicial training on discrimination law at ERA in Trier funded by the European Commission. She is also Head of Employment within Cloisters.
Dee is a leading practitioner in the technology space in relation to the interplay between artificial intelligence, equality law, human rights and data protection. She advises companies on auditing AI systems to ensure compliance with equality law as well as policy makers, NGOs and unions. Along with Robin Allen QC, she hosts www.ai-lawhub.com which contains information on how service providers can ensure that technology complies with the Equality Act 2010 as well as recent examples of her advisory work in this area. She was the CogX 2021 finalist for the Global Leadership Award.