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Cloisters Chambers
Cloisters
1 PUMP COURT, TEMPLE
LONDON
EC4Y 7AA
England

Living Wage

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Position

Barrister specialising in employment, equality, EU, commercial, public, immigration and human rights law. Recent significant cases include: University and College Union v University of Stirling (Supreme Court); Khan v Royal Mail (Court of Appeal); RR Donnelley v Besagni (EAT); Olenloa v North West London Hospital NHS Trust (EAT); Buckland v University of Bournemouth (CA); and Thaine v London School of Economics (EAT).

Career

Called 2000; associate to Judges Pavel Dolenc and Williams of the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (2000); judicial assistant to Lord Bingham of Cornhill (2002-2003); Pegasus Scholar at Mallesons Stephen Jacques and the Federal Court of Australia, Melbourne (2005); member of Independent Monitoring Board, HMP Pentonville (2003-2008); secondment to Stewarts Law LLP (2012-2013); lecturer at Academy of European Law, Trier (2012-2015); contributor to Sweet & Maxwell’s ‘Encyclopedia on Employment Law’, Blackstone’s ‘Guide to the Equality Act 2010’, and Jordan’s ‘Family Rights At Work and LAG Discrimination in Employment’; Bar Pro Bono Unit Reviewer; fee-paid employment judge, East Anglia, First-tier Tribunal Judge.

Memberships

ELAAS; Employment Laywers’ Association; Industrial Law Society.

Education

Merton College, Oxford (MA); City University (DipLaw); Inns of Court School of Law.

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Employment

(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 4

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