Sarah joined Phillips in January 2023, Sarah has a wealth of experience in contentious and non-contentious employment work. Areas of specialism include settlement agreements, drafting contracts and staff handbooks and Employment Tribunal litigation.
Sarah has a background in Management Accounts and whilst on a career break to raise her family completed a Law Degree with the Open University and graduated with First Class Honours. Sarah then went on to complete the Legal Practice Course as part of the Master of Laws at the University of Law in Guildford and graduated with Distinction. Sarah qualified in July 2020 after completing an employment law focussed training contract alongside seats in family law and private client.
Sarah prides herself on taking a pragmatic approach to advising both employees and employers.
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