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Bindmans LLP

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Employment and Professional Discipline


Partner and head of the Employment and Professional Discipline team


Elizabeth is a highly experienced and pragmatic employment solicitor who advises clients on an extensive scope of employment related matters. Trained at Taylor Walton and qualified 2009. Senior Associate at Neves Solicitors 2016, Partner 2017. Partner and Head of Department at Bindmans 2018.




Employment Lawyers Association


University College London (2004, Batchelor of Arts, hons); BBP Law School (2004-2006, GDL, LCP); CPID

Lawyer Rankings

London > Dispute resolution > Professional discipline

Bindmans LLP provides ‘a first-class service, is very responsive to clients’ needs and always delivers‘. The practice stands out for its expertise in the interplay between professional discipline and the potential prosecution of criminal allegations. It is also strong in judicial reviews of regulators’ conduct and decisions, injunctive relief against employers and regulators, employment tribunal proceedings and disciplinary proceedings before regulators. Elizabeth McGlone heads up the professional discipline department alongside the employment group. Katie Wheatley leads the firm’s crime, fraud and regulatory team. Other notable figures are John Halford, Kate Goold and Jamie Potter, as well as associate Sheetul Sowdagur.

London > Employment > Employee/unions

Bindmans LLP has a strong reputation for claimant-focused work, specialising in complex discrimination and whistleblowing claims and professional discipline issues. The employment and professional discipline team, headed by ‘the strong and well-rounded’ Elizabeth McGlone, works across all sectors of employment law but has particular expertise in healthcare, financial services, banking, legal, higher education, local authorities and civil service. The team also provides tailored advice to regulated individuals and practitioners that find themselves facing disciplinary proceedings by their professional bodies and regulators. A focus of the work over the last year has been acting for those who have suffered sexual harassment and discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity, and the firm has contributed in government consultations on the use of non-disclosure agreements in claims of sexual harassment.