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Furley Page Solicitors

39 ST MARGARET'S STREET, CANTERBURY, CT1 2TX, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01227 763 939
Fax:
Fax 01227 762 829
DX:
5301 CANTERBURY
Email:
Web:
www.furleypage.co.uk
Canterbury, Chatham, Whitstable

Amanda Okill

Tel:
Work 01227 763939
Email:
Web:
www.furleypage.co.uk
Furley Page Solicitors

Work Department

Employment

Position

Senior Associate in Employment representing a diverse client base including national and international companies, local and national charities and care homes. Amanda also represents employees from a variety of sectors including teaching, medical and the state sector.  Amanda’s litigation experience extends to cases of unfair and constructive dismissal, discrimination and disputes on employment status. Amanda is an experienced lecturer in employment law and presents training seminars at HR Forums, business forums and in-house. She has published articles on topical issues of employment law and on her particular interest in the field of discrimination.

Career

Joined Furley Page as a  Solicitor in 2007; Associate 2010; Senior Associate 2016

Member

Employment Lawyers Association; Associate Member of Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)

Education

University of Cape Town (1990-1993) BA Hons; University of Kent 1996-2000 LLP; Universite Montesquieu Bordeaux IV- Licence Law.


South East: Human resources

Employment: Kent, Surrey, Sussex

Within: Employment: Kent, Surrey, Sussex

Furley Page Solicitors  is known for its specialism in the education and charity sectors - providing the full range of HR support and handling contentious cases. Andrew Masters can handle large-scale redundancy, restructuring and TUPE and discrimination cases and he is also a workplace mediator. Senior associate Amanda Okill also takes on the full range of employment matters and provides in-house training on HR issues.

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