Joe joined us in 2012 and provides operational support to our Barristers, including diary management, liaising with Courts and fixing cases in all divisions of the High Court. He also assists our more senior Clerks.
He is a qualified member of the Institute of Barristers’ Clerks and has completed his IBC BTEC Advanced Award in Chambers Administration. Previously Joe worked with a leading chambers that specialised in criminal law.
Outside of work he enjoys spending time with friends, supporting Arsenal FC (as a season ticket holder), playing and watching rugby and listening to music.
Section 124(6) of the Equality Act 2010 (‘the Act’) provides that discrimination awards in the employment tribunal correspond to awards which could be awarded by a county court under Section 119 of the Act.
The Court of Appeal, reversing a strike-out ruling, has decided that it is arguable that geneticists were under a duty of care to provide information to C about her father’s diagnosis of Huntington’s disease.