Elizabeth Hodgetts practises exclusively in employment law and employment-related civil litigation. She is regularly briefed by government bodies, local authorities, NHS Trusts, educational institutions and private sector employers, including blue chip companies. She also welcomes instructions from claimants. Her Employment Tribunal practice includes the full range of discrimination claims, including complex and high value claims involving assertions of historical allegations and psychiatric injury arising from discrimination, whistleblowing claims, equal pay, collective consultation and trade disputes including claims involving administrations and insolvencies, TUPE disputes, breach of contract claims including enhanced redundancy and commission disputes, and significant unfair and wrongful dismissal claims. She is regularly briefed to appear in multi-week hearings. Elizabeth also advises and represents in employment-related High Court and County Court litigation, including breach of contract claims and restrictive covenant claims in which injunctive relief is sought.
Call 1998; appointed to Attorney General's Regional Panel of Counsel in 2012; reappointed 2018.
Employment Lawyers Association (currently Midlands Regional Representative).
University of Oxford (Mansfield College) BA (Hons) MA Oxon (Exhibitioner).