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Employment Law Cases

Referrals can be made through Citizens Advice Southwark and Citizens Advice Lewisham

The centres specialise in cases of Unfair Dismissal, Race, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation and Disability discrimination.


Examples of Cases we will take on:

  • Unfair Dismissal including: incapacity, misconduct, redundancy and assertion of a relevant Statutory Right.
  • Age, Race, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Transgender and Disability Discrimination Cases.
  • Equal Pay.
  • Minimum Wage.
  • Working Time Regulations.
  • Parental and Exceptional Leave.
  • Human Rights Act.
  • Goods and Services cases.

Cases we would not normally take on:

  • Straightforward unlawful deduction/breach of contract/holiday pay cases.
  • Cases where the applicant already has obtained representation through membership of a Trade Union.


All referrals need to be made as soon as possible preferably in good time for us to draft the initial tribunal application.  We are unlikely to be able to take on cases at short notice when a hearing date has already been fixed.

For more information and to find more advice please click here.

Please see our useful Employment related guides (1) Employment Status Checklist and (2) Mitigating your Lost

Employment Law Telephone Consultancy - For Agencies Only

Starting from Monday 11th July, we shall provide an employment law telephone consultancy.  This shall occur on Monday mornings from 10 am to 1 pm.  The phone number is 0207 732 2008.  Please note that this is only for agencies whose clients live, work or study in Southwark.     

Discrimination in the Workplace

Please click here for notes from a presentation given by Southwark Law Centre’s employment solicitor Clare Cruise on maternity discrimination in the work place.

 

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