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Salford
Manchester
M3 6AJ

Employment

    • Compromise Agreements
    • Constructive, unfair and wrongful dismissal
    • Corporate and commercial advice
    • Discrimination in the workplace
    • Harassment in the workplace
    • Judicial mediation
    • Misconduct
    • Policy and procedures
    • Redundancy procedures
    • TUPE
    • Whistleblowing

    Top Ranked in Legal 500 2015 - 2016

    Kenworthy's Chambers has a mixed employer/employee practice and expertise in a range of areas attracts instructions from employers' organisations and statutory bodies, and is active in both the Employment Tribunal and the Employment Appeal Tribunal. Recent cases include unfair dismissal, race discrimination, TUPE and whistleblowing issues. Anisa Niaz-Dickinson represented a police officer in whistleblowing case Jessica Davies v Chief Constable of West Midlands.


    The growing and thriving employment team at Kenworthy's Chambers offer a full range of advisory and advocacy services in all courts and tribunals in England and Wales.  Our practitioners take instructions on a wide range of employment cases, including: unfair dismissal, constructive dismissal, equal pay, unlawful deductions and protected disclosures.  Members of the team have a particular interest and substantial expertise in employment discrimination.

    We are committed to providing excellent representation to both claimants and respondents before the Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal.  Members of the team are able to combine a friendly and approachable relationship with clients with attention to detail, meticulous and efficient preparation and proven advocacy skills.

    Our barristers accept instructions to draft advices and pleadings and are willing, when possible, to undertake Pro Bono work.

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