Madeline Stanley

Year of call 2013

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Jack Wheeler
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Madeline is developing a practice in all areas of Chambers work including employment, personal injury, inquests, professional discipline and clinical negligence.

Madeline read Classics at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. She was called to the Bar in 2013 and awarded the Lord Haldane Scholarship, the Lord Denning Scholarship and the Hardwicke Entrance Award by Lincoln’s Inn.

Before starting her pupillage Madeline was a legal intern at North Kensington Law Centre, where she worked on claims brought by migrant domestic workers in the Employment Tribunal and civil courts. Madeline also spent two years on the Free Representation Unit Management Committee including a year serving as committee secretary.


Madeline advises and represents employees, trade unions, and public and private sector employers in all areas of employment law. Madeline regularly appears in multi-day final hearings in the Employment Tribunal including claims for discrimination, whistleblowing, unfair and wrongful dismissal, the national minimum wage and holiday pay. She has experience of collective work including claims for failure to consult under TUPE and claims for collective redundancy.

Madeline’s recent employment work includes:

  • Representing an employee in a four day case involving claims of constructive unfair dismissal and TUPE;
  • Appearing for a public sector body in a five day case involving claims for unfair dismissal and disability discrimination; and
  • Appearing for an employer in a four day case involving claims of race and age discrimination.

Madeline advises on non-contentious matters. Her recent instructions include drafting the terms of a director’s service agreement and advising on the enforceability of a set of restrictive covenants.

 


Madeline advises and represents Claimants and Defendants. Her work includes claims arising out of road traffic accidents, employers’ liability claims, occupiers’ liability claims, package holiday claims and claims under the Highways Act.

Madeline is regularly instructed in fast-track hearings. She appears in interlocutory matters on the multi-track including the full-range of application hearings and cost case management conferences.

Madeline drafts pleadings, and advises on liability, quantum and tactics in all areas of personal injury work. She has appeared in the Coroner’s Court and has a keen interest in this area of practice. She is a member of the Personal Injury Bar Association.


Madeline has a strong interest in regulatory work. She has experience of cross-examining multiple witnesses over multi-day hearings from her work in the Employment Tribunal. She has a particularly good knowledge of the healthcare sector arising out of her other areas of practice.


Madeline gained a good grounding in clinical negligence during her pupillage. She has experience of drafting and advocacy from her own personal injury work. She is keen to gain further experience in this area of practice.

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Madeline is developing a practice in all areas of Chambers work including employment, personal injury, inquests, professional discipline and clinical negligence.

Madeline read Classics at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. She was called to the Bar in 2013 and awarded the Lord Haldane Scholarship, the Lord Denning Scholarship and the Hardwicke Entrance Award by Lincoln’s Inn.

Before starting her pupillage Madeline was a legal intern at North Kensington Law Centre, where she worked on claims brought by migrant domestic workers in the Employment Tribunal and civil courts. Madeline also spent two years on the Free Representation Unit Management Committee including a year serving as committee secretary.


Madeline advises and represents employees, trade unions, and public and private sector employers in all areas of employment law. Madeline regularly appears in multi-day final hearings in the Employment Tribunal including claims for discrimination, whistleblowing, unfair and wrongful dismissal, the national minimum wage and holiday pay. She has experience of collective work including claims for failure to consult under TUPE and claims for collective redundancy.

Madeline’s recent employment work includes:

  • Representing an employee in a four day case involving claims of constructive unfair dismissal and TUPE;
  • Appearing for a public sector body in a five day case involving claims for unfair dismissal and disability discrimination; and
  • Appearing for an employer in a four day case involving claims of race and age discrimination.

Madeline advises on non-contentious matters. Her recent instructions include drafting the terms of a director’s service agreement and advising on the enforceability of a set of restrictive covenants.

 


Madeline advises and represents Claimants and Defendants. Her work includes claims arising out of road traffic accidents, employers’ liability claims, occupiers’ liability claims, package holiday claims and claims under the Highways Act.

Madeline is regularly instructed in fast-track hearings. She appears in interlocutory matters on the multi-track including the full-range of application hearings and cost case management conferences.

Madeline drafts pleadings, and advises on liability, quantum and tactics in all areas of personal injury work. She has appeared in the Coroner’s Court and has a keen interest in this area of practice. She is a member of the Personal Injury Bar Association.


Madeline has a strong interest in regulatory work. She has experience of cross-examining multiple witnesses over multi-day hearings from her work in the Employment Tribunal. She has a particularly good knowledge of the healthcare sector arising out of her other areas of practice.


Madeline gained a good grounding in clinical negligence during her pupillage. She has experience of drafting and advocacy from her own personal injury work. She is keen to gain further experience in this area of practice.

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