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Homa Wilson

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Employment Law


Homa is a leading employment lawyer and a as a partner manages the employment team. She acts for individuals and companies.

She specialises in acting for senior executives. Her work includes negotiating enhanced termination packages, advising on whistleblowing and restrictive covenants, defending performance and misconduct allegations. Clients include chief executives and directors of international companies and senior managers.

Homa also has particular expertise in conducting complex workplace discrimination claims involving sex, maternity, race, and religious discrimination. She has secured numerous high-value settlements against large multinationals, including financial institutions and PLCs.

Her employer clients range from large companies to SMEs, charities and NGOs. She is experienced in guiding employers through capability procedures, grievances and disciplinary proceedings and robustly defending legal claims. She also offers training to companies on a variety of HR issues, such as best practice in recruiting, disciplining and dismissing employees.


Partner at Hodge Jones and Allen, 2018 - Current
Senior Associate at Hodge Jones and Allen, 2016 – 2018
Solicitor at Russell Jones and Walker (which subsequently became Slater and Gordon), 2008 – 2016
Solicitor at Webster Dixon LLP, 2006 – 2008
Trained at Edwards Duthies Solicitors, 2004 - 2006


Employment Lawyers Association
Discrimination Law Association.
Black Solicitors Network
Association of Women Solicitors


King’s College London – LLB/Law
The College of Law – LPC

London: Human resources

Employment: employees/unions

Within: Employment: employees/unions

The employment team at Hodge Jones & Allen Solicitors (formerly led by Rhian Radia) represents employees in a wide variety of complex litigation including discrimination and equal pay claims and criminal allegations. It also regularly advises senior executives on employment documentation and the negotiation of severance packages. Newly promoted partner Homa Wilson is also a name to note; she is recommended for discrimination claims. A recent addition to the team is partner Joseph Nicholls.

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Employment: employers and senior executives

Within: Employment: employers and senior executives

The employment team at Hodge Jones & Allen Solicitors (formerly led by Rhian Radia) focuses on discrimination claims, regularly handling sex discrimination and equal pay work. The team also assists with unfair dismissal claims, settlement agreements and contract advice. Homa Wilson is also recommended for her discrimination expertise. A recent addition to the team is partner Joseph Nicholls.

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