Lydia assists the Employment Law team in delivering pragmatic, commercially sound advice to organisations in both the public and private sectors. She supports the team to on a wide range of employment law matters and to prepare for employment tribunals.

Lydia has experience in the preparation for preliminary and final hearings in the Employment Tribunals, and has represented clients in various hearings.

Lydia graduated from the University of Manchester with a 2:1 in Classical Studies, before going on to complete the Graduate Diploma in Law, the Bar Professional Training Course, and gaining a Distinction in her Masters in Legal Practice.

Lydia has worked in the Employment Law team since March 2021.

Recent articles

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How to convince your employer to let you work from home

Greg Burgess shares his advice with the Telegraph on how to get your flexible working request approved with your employer

Greg Burgess

14/05/2024

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Employee wins sex discrimination claim against Crouch Recovery

Greg Burgess shares his insights with People Management on whether referring to a colleague as ‘pretty’ can constitute sex discrimination.

Greg Burgess

08/05/2024

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Is age discrimination in the workplace illegal?

Abigail Maino shares her insights for Cosmopolitan on whether age discrimination in relation to pay reviews is in fact illegal.

Abigail Maino

30/04/2024

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To what extent are menopausal women protected under law?

Abigail Maino shares her insights with FM Business Daily on an employer’s legal obligations under the Equality Act 2010 for employees going through menopause.

Abigail Maino

20/03/2024