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80 GUILDHALL STREET, BURY ST EDMUNDS, IP33 1QB, ENGLAND
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Work 01284 762211
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57205 BURY ST EDMUNDS
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www.greene-greene.com

Angharad Ellis Owen

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Work 01284 717453 (Direct)
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www.greene-greene.com/Lawyers/angharad-ellis-owen.html
Greene & Greene

Work Department

Human Resources (Employment)

Position

Barrister

Career

Angharad was called to the Bar in 2001 and joined Greene & Greene in January 2017. She is an employed barrister who has specialised in employment law since 2006. Representing both Claimants and Respondents she carries out a mix of contentious and non-contentious work, across a wide variety of business sectors. With a particular interest in discrimination law Angharad is experienced in advising and handling a broad range of employment tribunal claims and draws on her experience of contentious matters when advising clients on how to deal with problems in the workplace.

Languages

Welsh

Member

Employment Lawyers Association, Lincolns Inn

Education

University of Wales Swansea (LLB) and University of Wales Cardiff (BVC)

Leisure

In her spare time Angharad enjoys competing with her horse. Angharad is also a School Governor at a local primary school.

 


East Anglia: Human resources

Employment

Within: Employment

At Greene & Greene ‘the overall level of service is outstanding‘. Clients describe the firm as ‘a true partner‘ and note that ‘the advice is exceptional and the team is very approachable and seems to delight in giving the personal touch‘. One remarks that ‘extremely supportive and non-judgemental‘ department head Selene Holden ‘takes the time to truly understand clients’ business culture and build an effective business relationship‘ and that ‘knowledgeable, passionate and unflappable‘ senior associate Greg Jones ‘really understands our business, our culture, and our approach to commerciality, and the advice he provides is always pertinent‘. Barrister and ‘confident, highly motivated‘ senior associate Angharad Ellis Owen  provides ‘well-balanced and diligent counsel and insight‘ and is ‘extremely commercial and precise‘. Alongside the firm’s local work in sectors such as insurance, manufacturing and transport, it handles a growing caseload of national and international matters. For Nexus Underwriting Management, Jones handled employment due diligence for two significant corporate acquisitions. He also advised a large UK food processing company on its modern slavery policy.

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