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For more information please contact our clerks by calling +44 (0)20 7242 3555.

Paul Eeles
Clerking Team
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7242 3555
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Albie Barton
Clerking Team
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7242 3555
Email: Click here

We understand that taking a case to the employment tribunal can be daunting. If it’s your first experience of the tribunal or court process, this, coupled with worries about the implications on professional and personal relationships, as well as your financial situation can add to the stress of a claim. However this is where the team at 7BR can help.

Our employment barristers are experienced, knowledgeable and approachable: They will take the time to talk you through the process and answer any questions you have from the beginning to help you feel more at ease, understand the relevant legislation and help prepare documents required before even reaching the tribunal.

7BR barristers act for claimants and respondents in all areas of employment law and are able to assist in the full range of cases: unfair dismissal including redundancies, working time, holiday pay, whistleblowing, issues arising from pregnancy, maternity and parental leave, discrimination on grounds of age, disability, race, religion, sex and sexual orientation as well as gender reassignment. Below we provide more detail on some of these areas but should you have any queries regarding your claim please email clerks@7br.co.uk.

Why instruct a barrister directly?

  • Save money by not paying two lawyers
  • Some cases require the assistance of a solicitor and in these circumstances we are able to recommend the very best solicitors who we work with on a regular basis
  • Greater control over costs as fees are agreed in advance and you decide when you need legal advice and support
  • Getting advice directly from the person representing you in the hearing ensures greater understanding of your claim and enables better case preparation
  • Maintain control of the direction of the case as the barrister only assists when asked

Barristers are able to provide you with advice at any stage of the process, they can:

  • Assess how strong your claim is before you proceed
  • Draft the relevant documents to issue proceedings
  • Advise on next steps in the litigation process
  • Represent you at tribunal
  • Advise on settlement and act as independent adviser when dealing with a settlement agreement

For help or advice please call +44 (0)20 7242 3555 or complete 
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Frequently asked questions

Yes, please call Chambers mainline number +44 (0)20 7242 3555 and you will be directed to the out of hours phone lines.

As a direct access client, please visit our direct access page and complete the initial form, a member of the clerking team will then be in touch to discuss the next steps.

Choosing the right barrister for your case can be difficult, with so many to choose from. Our clerks will be happy to guide you with your choice. Their wealth of knowledge and experience will help you decide the right barrister not just for the case but someone who will work with you.

Some barristers have the ability to “conduct litigation” for direct access clients. Our clerks will be able to assist you as to which of our members are trained and accredited to do so.

Please visit our direct access page for the initial steps on instructing a barrister, or contact our clerks on +44 (0)20 7242 3555.

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