Employment Law Update
19 March 2018

Employment Law Update


Monday 19 March 2018, 5.00pm to 7.00pm
Refreshments are available from 4.45pm


Room CL2.06, Clarendon Building, Teesside University, Middlesbrough, TS1 3BX
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Seminar Overview

In this seminar, Helen Hogben will give a practical review of recent developments in Employment Law. She will discuss issues relating to employment law, with particular focus on the new fee regime. She may also touch on the crossover between professional disciplinary proceedings and employment law.

Suitable For

This seminar will be suitable for practitioners involved in supporting employers with contracts, redundancies and equality issues, as well as for litigators involved in all areas of employment-related work. It will be at a level which will appeal to experienced solicitors, newly qualified and trainees alike, and will cover parts of sections 9 and 13 of the Statement of Legal Knowledge.


Helen was called to the Bar in 2006 after a successful commercial career which has served her well in employment matters. Her clients have included employees and employers in the private sector, trade unions, local authorities and police forces. She has experience in a wide range of employment law matters including unfair and wrongful dismissal, redundancy, TUPE, contract claims including applications for injunctive relief,  discrimination because of sex, race, age, disability, religious belief, pregnancy and maternity, gender reassignment and sexual orientation, harassment, whistleblowing, unlawful deduction from wages and holiday pay claims.

Fees and Payment

The fees for this seminar are shown below. If using the online booking form you will receive a confirmation email which will include payment details. The printable booking form includes full payment details.

Members*: £20
Non-members: £30
Trainees**: £10
Students: free
* Including CILEx who are members, and members of Sunderland and Newcastle Law Societies
** Including paralegals and trainee legal executives

Further Information

If you require further information about the seminar's topic and speakers please get in touch via one of the methods shown on our Contact page.


To book your place you may use the online booking form below, or you can download and complete the printable booking form. Please book ASAP and no later than Wednesday 14 March 2018.