I have been a specialist in employment law since I was called to the Bar 2002 and am a highly experienced practitioner.
I completed my training at what remains one of the leading chambers in the UK for Employment Law, Littleton Chambers, and have since worked as both a self-employed barrister in chambers and as an in house barrister.
I’ve worked with numerous satisfied Claimants and had a number of high profile wins. including the widely publicised Macken v BNP Paribas, which was a historical victory both in the size of the Tribunal award and also for being the first time in the Employment Tribunal’s history that an equal pay audit has been ordered against an employer.
Although the vast majority of my cases do not feature in the press and of course client confidentiality is paramount, I have nevertheless been involved in a number of other high profile cases, some of which have been featured across every major newspaper, Channel 4 and the BBC. These most recently also include Dehais v BNP Paribas, Mulumba v Partners Group and Ms. A v Lord Ranger & others. I undertook direct access instructions in most of these and went onto win on behalf of the Claimants involved against highly resourced legal teams. I have also recently been featured in “Its Raining Women” (a feature length documentary about Equal Pay and the glass ceiling).