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"capable of going toe to toe with anyone" Chambers and Partners (2011).
"great judgement an excellent powers of persuasion" and "fantastic on discrimination cases" Chambers and Partners (2010)
Jennifer Eady QC is one of the leading employment barristers in the country. She undertakes advocacy and advisory work for employers, employees, trade unions, employers' associations, central and local government, statutory commissions and NGOs.
Jenny has been heavily involved in the biggest equal pay cases of the year, including Wilson v HSE.
Jenny took silk in 2006 and has appeared in many of the leading employment cases in recent years, including Cadman v HSE (2006) ECJ (equal pay), Marshalls Clay (2006) ECJ (working time), Home Office v Bailey (2006) (equal pay) and Mohmed v West Coast Trains (2006) EAT (religion and belief).
Throughout her practice at the Bar, Jenny has consistently been recognised as one of the leading employment practitioners by all the relevant professional directories - with Chambers and Partners providing the following description: "Jennifer Eady is respected for her experience on both sides of the courtroom. She gains the universal acclaim of the market ... she knows her law inside out."
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