Senior Consultant Employment Solicitor
Emma trained at Brabners, Liverpool before joining Wragge & Co Birmingham where she worked for 4 years. From there Emma made the transition to an in-house role within the public sector before setting up her own business as a HR Consultant. Emma joined Analysis Legal in October 2017.
Emma has extensive experience of advising both employers and employees on all aspects of employment law and has worked in both the public and private sector. On a daily basis, she enjoys closely supporting HR on general employment issues including disciplinaries, grievances and long-term sickness absence cases. Within the public sector she has assisted the employer in managing large-scale collective consultation exercises, redundancy and regularly deals with TUPE queries with a focus on service provision changes. She has also advised on the exits of a number of senior members of staff within Local Government organisations and their consequential settlement agreements. She has significant experience of employment litigation including drafting tribunal documents, pleadings and witness statements.
Emma prides herself on her practical, client-focussed and friendly advice and her ability to develop strong working relationships with clients.
Why choose Analysis legal.
As a specialist employment law practice, we deal with all aspects of employment contracts and the law. We realise that running a business can often be stressful, leaving little time for dealing with the legalities of employing staff.
Nevertheless, contractual issues cannot be ignored and our aim is to relieve you of this time-consuming burden. Through enlisting our help, your needs will be managed by one of our experienced Employment Law Solicitors, meaning you can rest assured that you always have access to quality advice on employment contracts and all other aspects of the law.
Once again Analysis Legal LLP is a leading firm in the Legal 500 directory, which states the firm ‘contains a deep bench of committed and commercially savvy lawyers’.