Nazia is a former barrister and now an employment lawyer who advises on a wide range of issues in the public and private sectors. Areas of expertise include race discrimination, disciplinary issues, dismissals and settlement agreements.
Clare is an employment lawyer with particular expertise in cases involving discrimination because of gender, race, religion or disability. She has given interviews to the national and regional media on the sexual harassment scandal engulfing Hollywood and Westminster and can also offer comment on matters involving whistleblowing, contracts and severance packages.
Lorraine is a family law specialist with almost 20 years’ experience acting for divorcing clients and has provided expert comment to the media on a number of high-profile cases. In particular, she specialises in international divorce disputes, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, child custody and contact arrangements and complex financial settlements.
Linda has more than 20 years’ experience working in residential property law and is knowledgeable in all areas. She has a particular interest in freehold and leasehold agreements, new builds, shared ownership, shared equity, help to buy, right to buy and remortgages.
Rachel can comment on all aspects of criminal law after more than 20 years working in the field, but has a particular interest in fraud and regulatory law. She regularly acts for individuals accused of fraud, including VAT and insurance fraud, and has successfully defended clients against charges from major regulators such as the Care Quality Commission, the Health and Safety Executive, Ofsted, the Financial Conduct Authority and the Environment Agency.
Kaleel is a divorce and family law specialist who also heads up the Islamic family law division at Slater and Gordon, providing Sharia compliant advice to our Muslim and Asian clients. He has a particular interest in cases with an international element including child abduction matters.
Daniel is a PhD student focusing on the challenges of implementing and regulating anti-doping policy in professional sport. He also has wider research interests in sport policy, integrity and commercialization.
Daniel's interest in anti-doping stems from his time spent playing rugby in different contexts as well as his passion for sport as a fan and coach.
Stephen’s research areas of interest include fluid balance during and following exercise, specifically hyponatremia and how that relates to endurance exercise. He is interested in examining medical care, provisions and set ups at endurance events with focus on management and treatment of common endurance race conditions.
Submitted by tami-editor on Fri, 02/09/2018 - 09:34
The 23rd Winter Olympics are taking place in Pyeongchang, and get underway on Friday 9th February. Who will win the medals? How will the athletes cope with the freezing conditions? Will the presence of North Korea and absence of Russia impact proceedings?