Caroline advises on a wide range of contentious and non-contentious employment issues, providing legal, practical and strategic support to both corporate and individual clients.

Caroline has litigated a wide range of cases in the Employment Tribunal and the Employment Appeal Tribunal and has particular experience in discrimination and whistleblowing claims for both claimants and respondents.

Caroline advises individual clients on all their employment needs, both in relation to their own staff and their personal employment situation and regularly advises on high value settlement negotiations.

Caroline’s non-contentious experience includes advising on contracts of employment, consultancy arrangements and employment policies and procedures. She has also advised extensively on the TUPE Regulations and the Cabinet Office Statement of Practice on Staff Transfers in the Public Sector.

Caroline also speaks French to a very competent level and has a number of overseas clients.

She also lectures regularly on employment law both internally and externally; including speaking at the Charity Law Association AGM about Volunteers, on HR issues at events run by the Independent Schools Bursars Association and on various topics at HR Forums run by the Association of Employment and Learning Providers and the Employment Related Services Association. She has also been a guest speaker at an in-house lawyer’s conference run by the training organisation, CLT.

‘The practice includes the ‘exceptional’ Caroline Yarrow.’ Legal 500 2016

‘I am delighted, and particularly delighted with the final letter that you wrote, so thanks very much.’ HR Director of health sector client

‘We’re very happy with the service we get from you and your team.’ HR Director of learning provider client

 ‘Thanks a lot for all your assistance. I cannot thank you enough especially with the Data Disclosure request.’ Individual client in financial services sector

Career Highlights

  • St John Ambulance v Mulvie UKEAT/0129/11/DA
  • King v Health Professions Council UKEAT/0169/11/CEA

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