Employment law tutors
Our course tutors are members of Specialist Supports' Equality and Employment Rights team. Each has a wide variety of experience as practising employment lawyers, regularly appearing as representatives in Employment Tribunals and the EAT.
They give second-tier advice on over 3000 employment cases per year, from simple wages claims to complex discrimination claims. The team holds the national contract with the Legal Services Commission to support advisers in employment and discrimination advice.
This experience is matched with a commitment to provide training which produces an active learning experience, maximising the value of the courses delivered.
Solicitor (non-practising). Emma has been providing specialist advice on employment law issues for the last 7 years. She joined Citizens Advice from a private practice where she acted mainly for employers. Emma is experienced in providing advice on all aspects of employment law including advising on all discrimination strands, unfair dismissal, TUPE, contract issues and acting in employment tribunal claims.
Solicitor (non-practising). Ian is Head of the Equality and Employment Rights team and has been advising on employment claims for over fifteen years. Ian represents in Employment Tribunal and EAT cases and in mediating employment disputes. He represents Citizens Advice on the National Employment Tribunal Users Group and the BIS Employment Advice Stakeholder Group.
Solicitor (non-practising). Jo has been providing specialist advice, and writing and delivering training on discrimination and employment law issues for many years. Jo joined Citizens Advice after working in private practices and other not for profit advice agencies, including working for the Legal Services Commission as a Peer Reviewer.
Solicitor (non-practising). Tracey has practised employment and discrimination law for ten years, having worked in private practice as a solicitor and the the not-for-profit sector. She has acted mainly for employees and represents in the employment tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal, including most recently Loxley v BAE Ltd  IRLR 853.