Kerry is a specialist employment barrister. She acts for both Claimants and Respondents in all matters relating to employment law including unfair, constructive & wrongful dismissal, redundancy, TUPE, whistleblowing, breach of contract and discrimination.
Kerry is a specialist employment barrister. She acts for both Claimants and Respondents in all aspects of employment law including unfair, constructive & wrongful dismissal, redundancy, TUPE, whistleblowing, breach of contract and discrimination.
As well as representing clients in employment tribunals and judicial mediations, Kerry is frequently instructed to appear in the EAT.
Kerry is regularly instructed to advise clients on the full spectrum of employment law matters involving both contentious and non-contentious issues and also draft pleadings for both Claimant and Respondent clients, as well as other employment-related documentation.
Kerry is pragmatic and down to earth, tailoring her approach to ensure that the service delivered to clients is bespoke, meeting individual requirements whilst offering practical solutions to cases that are often complex and sensitive.
Kerry also accepts instructions direct from the public. To find out more about how Kerry can help you click here
‘Client-friendly, she is quick to analyse the issues and provide clear and commercial advice.’
Advises both claimants and respondents on the full spectrum of employment law including whistle-blowing, discrimination and unfair dismissal cases. She has notable experience in the Employment Appeal Tribunal and frequently handles jurisdictional matters at pre-hearing reviews.
Strengths: "She is good in terms of thinking outside of the box in resolving issues. She keeps clients on the straight and narrow, and has a good insight into businesses and their needs."
"Provides very thorough and well-researched advice."
"She was really great and really organised. She made my client feel very relaxed at the hearing. Her analysis of the case was very strong, her attention to detail was excellent and she would not stop questioning until she got the desired answer."
"Highly experienced in discrimination claims."
Her advocacy is structured, sharp and effective"
“She has a very good strategic brain.”
She is very quick to respond.’ ‘She's very knowledgeable and is also good with clients.’
‘A pure employment specialist’
'She has sharp analytical skills'