Meet Imogen Hamblin
I qualified from the University of Leeds in 2009 with a 2.1 in Law. I trained as a barrister at BPP Law School the following year, before I went on to undertake the Legal Practitioners Course, which I passed with a distinction.
I have practised in human rights and public law, including coronial law; before qualifying as a solicitor in employment law.
As a trained advocate, I have the skills and experience to handle a case from initial client contact through to representing my clients at a final hearing in the employment tribunals.
I have extensive experience dealing with both claimant and respondent work in the following areas:
- Employment tribunal litigation including hearing advocacy
- Discipline and grievance procedures and disputes
- Unfair and constructive unfair dismissal claims
- Restructuring, redundancy and transfer of undertakings issues
- All forms of discrimination including disability, race, sex and religion
- Employment contracts, handbooks and workplace policies
- Settlement agreements
- Family friendly rights
- Wages and working time issues
As a member of the Inner Temple and the Law Society, I regularly speak and present seminars on employment law updates which provide training for small to medium-sized employers.
I am also a part-time tutor on the Graduate Diploma in Law at Leeds Beckett University. I am a Christian and a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community.