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Chambers of Mark Sutton QC

10-11 BEDFORD ROW, LONDON, WC1R 4BU, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7269 0300
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Fax 020 7405 1387
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1046 LONDON CHANCERY LANE
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Bristol, London
Old Square Chambers (Chambers of Mark Sutton QC), Rebecca Tuck, London, ENGLAND

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Rebecca Tuck

Tel:
Work 020 7269 0300
Email:
Old Square Chambers (Chambers of Mark Sutton QC)

Work Department

Employment.

Position

Rebecca practices all areas of employment law, including unfair dismissal, discrimination, equal pay, TUPE, redundancy and collective disputes. She is in the ET and EAT regularly as well as frequently appearing before the CAC, CO, in the county court and in the High Court. She also carries out non-litigation work including conducting investigations, advising disciplinary or appeal panels, or sitting as a decision maker. Rebecca is a qualified mediator and sits as a fee paid employment judge and as a Legal Advisor to the Nursing and Midwifery Council.

 

Career

Berry Hill High School, City of Stoke-On-Trent Sixth Form College; Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford; MA (Oxon) (1997). Called to the Bar 1998. Joined Old Square Chambers 1999. Fee paid employment judge since 2010. Mediator since 2013. Legal assessor to NMC since 2016.



Publications:

Editor of Harvey on Industrial Relations and Employment Law; LexisNexis. EAT Procedure; PLC.  Co-author 'Employment Tribunal Procedure' 2nd and 3rd editions; LAG. Annual Labour Law Highlights 2000-2018; Institute of Employment Rights.

 

Member

Industrial Law Society (currently Chair), Employment Lawyers Association, Employment Law Bar Association, Council of Employment Judges.

Education

Berry Hill High School; City of Stoke-on-Trent Sixth Form College; University of Oxford (1997 MA).

Leisure

Mother of two and when she gets time – a rugby fan.


London Bar

Employment

Within: Employment – Leading juniors

Rebecca Tuck - Old Square ChambersShe grabs the case by the scruff of the neck and leaves no stone unturned.

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