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Winning Advocacy in the Employment Tribunal

The David Hare screenplay for the recent film Denial contains the following advice to the client: ‘stay seated, button your lip, and win.’ This article seeks to plot a path for advocates to winning in large scale discrimination claims in the employment tribunal, based on the writer’s long experience of the ET and, more recently, briefs to act for the respondents in two high stakes cases, AB v A Chief Constable and Aubrey v The Chief Constable of Northumbria Police. The suggested lessons apply to all types of large-scale claim in the ET.

Click here to read the full blog post by Angus Moon QC

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