Employment Law Matters

S3E5 - Views from a Regional Employment Judge (with REJ Wade)

December 21, 2021 Daniel Barnett Season 3 Episode 5
Employment Law Matters
S3E5 - Views from a Regional Employment Judge (with REJ Wade)
Show Notes

In this episode you'll learn:

  • when you can expect new cases to be listed for hearing
  • how to help the tribunal help you
  • a behind the scenes look at a day in the life of a REJ
  • what London Central tribunal is doing to recover from the Covid-related issues.

Daniel is joined by Regional Employment Judge Wade, the Judge in charge of the London Central Employment Tribunal region.

This podcast  is supported by Watson Ramsbotton Solicitors and by Cover Clinic, and by the HR Inner Circle (the UK's leading community for smart, ambitious HR Professionals)

My books include the Employment Law Handbook, Resolving Grievances and Deconstructing TUPE (see all books).

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I'm Daniel Barnett, an employment law and HR barrister.  I advise and represent clients in employment tribunal litigation. I have my main website and work out of a set of Chambers.  I run a membership club for smart, ambitious HR Professionals and present the legal hour on LBC Radio.

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