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Angharad Harris

Work 020 3319 3700
Keystone Law

Work Department

Employment: employers and senior executives


Angharad has over 25 years of experience working in a City law firm with 15 years as a partner. She advises on all aspects of employment law across a wide range of industry sectors across both the public and private sectors, acting for individuals and firms.

Her practice is varied and she is particularly experienced at dealing with sensitive strategic employment law issues, including matters that involve reputational risk. This includes dismissals, board-level disputes, negotiating new contracts, employment aspects of commercial transactions, large global reorganisations, collective consultation issues, the Transfer of Undertaking Regulations and outsourcing issues, and employment litigation (including discrimination and whistleblowing, restrictive covenants and bonus issues).

Her work often includes an international element involving corporates in multiple jurisdictions or individual clients with cross-border employment issues. She also advises businesses and individuals in relation to UK immigration matters.


2018 Keystone Law | Consultant Solicitor
1991 - 2018 Watson Farley & Williams | Trainee, Associate, Partner and Head of the Employment Group
1993 Qualified as a Solicitor


Angharad is the former Chair of the Employment Law Committee of England & Wales and served on the Committee for a total of nine years. During this time she was actively engaged with key stakeholders on Government policy such as the employment Law Parliamentary Support Group at the House of Commons. Angharad was also one of five members of the Working Party led by Mr Justice Underhill, responsible for carrying out the Fundamental Review of Employment Tribunal Rules that came into effect in 2013.

Member of the Law Society of England & Wales

Member of the Employment Lawyers Association

Member of the Immigration Practitioners Association

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Employment: employers and senior executives

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Keystone Law's 'innovative business model allows for a flawless service, first-rate advice and a pragmatic approach' across the full gamut of employment law issues. The department saw significant growth in 2017 and 2018 with 13 partner-level recruitments overall. Key additions include Paul Daniels, who joined from Slater and Gordon and is active in the sport sectors; Juliet Carp who joined from Kingsley Napley LLP and is the chair of the Employment Lawyers Association; Nick Tsatsas who moved from Fladgate LLP, Nigel Forsyth from Wallace LLP, the 'responsive' Angharad Harris from Watson Farley & Williams LLP; and Sofia Syed who joined from Mundays LLP and is 'always available with punctual and precise professional counsel'.

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