Rebecca joined Chambers on completion of her pupillage in 1999, and while her main area of practice is employment law, having practiced personal injury for 10 years she enjoys considerable expertise in 'crossover' areas such as stress at work claims and personal injury damages in employment tribunals. Rebecca is recommended for employment law in Chambers and Partners
in which she is described as "The "intellectually robust"
Rebecca Tuck is "someone you want on your side in a hard-fought case."
She gives "clear and decisive advice"
and is good on discrimination law in particular." (2012). Previously she has been praised for being "highly responsive and commercial"
Rebecca is a fee paid employment judge, an author of Harvey on Industrial Relations and Employment law, a co-author of Employment Tribunal Procedures (2nd and 3rd editions), published by LAG, of practice notes on EAT procedure published by Practical Law Company, and since 2000 she has co-authored the Annual Labour Law Review for the Institute of Employment Rights.
She regualry lectures on employment law.