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Tribunal Employment Team

We have a wealth of experience in representing businesses and individuals at all stages of the tribunal process.

Our Partners

Monica Atwal

Managing Partner

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+44 118 960 4605

 27 years qualified (1997)

Monica has many years of experience successfully defending and bringing claims relating to disability discrimination, race sex and equal pay, high profile whistleblowing cases and class actions relating to holiday pay, as well as unfair dismissal and redundancy and protective award claims. Acted for both respondents and claimants, including undertaking her own advocacy.

34 years qualified (1990)

Helen has a broad range of experience over many decades of work including equal pay, discrimination, whistleblowing and unfair dismissal claims including redundancy and protective award claims, acting for both respondents and claimants, including undertaking advocacy.

Our Associates

Caroline Lendrum

Associate

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+44 118 960 4669

21 years qualified (2003)
Supervisor: Helen Beech

Caroline has a broad range of experience particularly complex respondent cases involving the full range of claims from holiday pay, equality and whistleblowing to unfair dismissal and TUPE/redundancy claims.

Louise Keenan

Associate

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+44 118 960 4614

12 years qualified (2012)
Supervisor: Helen Beech

Louise has experience of very complex respondent cases in particular involving the full range of claims from holiday pay, equality and whistleblowing to unfair dismissal and TUPE/protective awards and redundancy claims.

5 years qualified (2019)
Supervisor: Helen Beech

Amanda manages own case load of unfair dismissal, breach of contract and discrimination claims in addition to supporting senior team on complex claims.

Melanie Pimenta

Associate

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+44 118 960 4653

5 years qualified (2019)
Supervisor: Louise Keenan

Melanie manages her own case load of unfair dismissal, discrimination, redundancy and breach of contract cases for a variety of clients and is regularly advocating in tribunal at preliminary and full hearings.

Our Solicitors

Lucy Densham Brown

Solicitor

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+44 118 960 4655

1 year qualified (2023)
Supervisor, Amanda Glover

Lucy provides significant support to the senior team on all types of complex tribunal claims, as well as running her own caseload of tribunal claims, including drafting pleadings, taking witness statements and negotiating settlements.

Harry Berryman

Solicitor

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+44 118 960 4636

Qualified (2023)
Supervisor, Amanda Glover

Harry manages his own case load of unfair dismissal, breach of contract and discrimination claims for both individuals and companies in addition to supporting senior team on complex claims.

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