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Discrimination claims

We have an expert team of discrimination lawyers who represent individuals who have been discriminated against at work and in many other areas of life. Our lawyers are widely recognised as being leaders in their field. If you have been treated unfairly because of your age, race, sex, maternity, sexual orientation, religion or disability, we can help.

 
Our specialist employment team is made up of leading experts who act for clients who have been discriminated against at work. Our human rights team has unrivalled experience in advising individuals on claims against hospitals, banks, financial institutions, local authorities, hospitals, transport providers, housing associations, prisons and other public and private bodies.

We are experts at winning the maximum possible financial compensation but we also know that for many clients the reason for bringing a case is to challenge discrimination and bring an end to unfair behaviour and practices. If clients want to bring a claim or there is no other option, we are experienced, thorough and tough litigators.

Discrimination law can be complex but our lawyers offer a sympathetic approach as well as a sensitive understanding of our clients' needs, explaining the issues as simply as possible and always focusing on the resolutions the client is seeking. We give clients an honest view about the prospects of success at an early stage and guide and support them through the options.

We are involved in many ground-breaking and pioneering cases. We are not afraid to take on some of the biggest and most powerful institutions in the country in high-profile disputes involving claims for millions of pounds. We also advise on smaller claims. Whatever the nature of the claim, our clients receive the same expert service tailored to their needs.

As well as our individual clients, we also act for trade unions, charities and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) who represent groups of people disadvantaged by a particular policy.

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