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Joanne Connolly is pleased to act for both claimants and respondents. Her practice ranges from high profile / sensitive unfair dismissal and redundancy claims to the more complex multi-week discrimination, transfer of undertakings, whistle-blowing, working time and equal pay claims. She has particularly extensive experience in whistle-blowing and disability discrimination claims. Her work incorporates employment disputes in all areas including the NHS, education, banking, local government and the legal profession as well as business generally. She regularly handles cases involving groups of workers and is accustomed to the pressure of cases where there is a great deal at stake whether in terms of compensation, client expectation, number of employees affected or publicity. Joanne is regularly instructed by in-house solicitors as well as those in private practice. She is experienced at both first instance and appellate levels and has appeared in a number of reported cases.
LLB (Nottingham). Called to the Bar in 1992. Awarded Council of Legal Education Studentship and Jules Thorn scholarship. Appointed Fee Paid Employment Judge November 2010.
The Employment Lawyers Association.
Employment Law Bar Association.