We have barristers at all levels of seniority with considerable experience of high value, long and complex discrimination claims on grounds of:

  • Inequality of pay
  • Gender
  • Pregnancy and maternity
  • Race
  • Disability
  • Age
  • Sexual orientation
  • Gender reassignment
  • Religion or Belief

Our barristers are regularly involved in (and act for both sides in) discrimination claims involving employees, officeholders, partners, members  of LLPs, part-time workers and fixed-term employees. We also advise on and appear in cases involving discrimination issues in non-employment fields including education, the provision of goods and services, pensions, sport, public law and cases involving equity partners. 

Members of chambers write and contribute to Jordan’s Employment Law, Discrimination Law (Bloomsbury Professional), Jordan’s Equality and Discrimination: The New Law and Employment Aspects of Business Reorganisations (OUP), Tolley’s Equal Pay Handbook, the discrimination sections of Butterworth’s Employment Law Handbook (Lexis Nexis) and Harvey on Industrial Relations And Employment Law (Lexis Nexis).

All areas of employment related work are undertaken, collective and individual.

A list of relevant cases and appointments is included within each individual barrister’s personal profile.