As an organisation, we are committed to the following:
Work alongside anti racist charities
Liaise and convey reforms with local MPs
Review strategies with certified legal practitioners
Promote and distribute relevant online petitions
Work directly with the general public to review and validate their initiatives with the intention of turning an idea, into legal, lawful amendments
Legal employment advice
Referrals on various legal matters via our accredited partners
Corporate race relation training and workshops
I specialise in all aspects of employment law, which includes, amongst other things, unfair dismissal, wrongful dismissal, ‘Whistleblowing’, TUPE, discrimination and all matters covered under the Equality Act 2010 (race, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marriage & civil partnership, religion or belief and age),
Discrimination Arising From Disability under Equality Act 2010.
Knowledge is power but ignorance can lead to liability. Let’s take disability discrimination about which I discuss briefly in this video.
Jacqueline McKenzie, who specialises in immigration and asylum law, has joined Leigh Day