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Gender pay gap

As of 10 January 2018, some 550 organisations have provided their “gender pay gap” information; some 9000 returns... Read More
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Old Square Chambers' Employment and Discrimination Group is widely regarded as one of the foremost in the UK. The group comprises over three-quarters of our members (including 11 Queen's Counsel), many of whom are leaders in their field. Members of Old Square Chambers have appeared in many of the most significant reported employment and discrimination law cases over the last 30 years.... Read More
Old Square Chambers has specialised in personal injury since its formation in 1987 and is home to a well-established, highly regarded stable of barristers with a reputation that is recognised and praised in the legal directories.... Read More
Ministries of Defence and Justice, the Prison Service, Parole Board, UKBA, CICA and DWP are some of the clients instructing Old Square Chambers on administration and public law issues. On the flipside, our barristers have appeared in some of the most high profile litigation brought against the government.... Read More
Disciplinary and grievance processes are something which any organisation has to be prepared to deal with on occasion. They are often complex, time consuming, and are draining for those involved in the process. Our team of independent barristers are all established experts in the employment law field, and are fully up to date with standards of HR best practice.... Read More
Old Square Chambers' Commercial Law Group have a diverse range of expertise in commercial law and civil procedure. They advise clients in a variety of industries on a broad range of business disputes.... Read More
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