Emma qualified as a barrister in 2007, having completed her Bar Vocational Course at The University of Law, attaining the grade “Very Competent”. She has 9 years’ experience working in Employment Law and has specifically been representing employers in Employment Tribunal claims since 2010. She has successfully conducted numerous employment tribunal cases ranging from unfair dismissal to more complex whistleblowing and discrimination claims.
Emma advises healthcare and emergency services clients on a range of employment law matters and represents clients in the Employment Tribunal.
Emma is an active member of the firm’s corporate social responsibility initiatives such as the pro bono clinic at the Wimbledon Guild.
- Middle Temple Inns of Court
- Employment Lawyers Association
- Qualified Lawyers Transfer Test, Kaplan, 2013
- Bar Vocational Course, The University of Law, 2007
- Graduate Diploma in Law, 2006
- BA (Hons) English Literature, 2005
Emma has represented clients in several EAT hearings and many ET hearings including successfully defending a multi-day claim for unfair dismissal, race and religious discrimination, harassment, victimisation and holiday pay for a tenant management co-operative, securing a deposit order and subsequent costs order for the client and received favourable comments from the Judge regarding her handling of the case and assistance to the Tribunal.