2015, Lincoln's Inn
Walter Wigglesworth Scholarship, Lincoln's Inn (2016)
Lord Denning Scholarship, Lincoln's Inn (2013)
Vice Chancellors Award, Nottingham Law School (2013)
Richard Sutcliffe Memorial Mooting Prize, Nottingham Law School (2013)
Mooting Competition Winner, Nottingham Law School (2012)
Employment Lawyers Association
LLB, Nottingham Law School (NTU)
BPTC, BBP Law School Manchester
Since joining Chambers following the successful completion of her pupillage, Laura has developed a busy Employment and Personal Injury practice.
Laura regularly appears in the Employment Tribunal acting for Claimants and Respondents in both preliminary and final hearings. Her most recent experience includes:
In addition to her Tribunal work, Laura provides a drafting and advisory service in all areas of employment law disputes. Her cases have involved issues of:
Laura compliments her employment work with a broad personal injury practice and receives regular instructions for Small Claims, Stage 3 hearings, Infant Settlements, disposals and applications. Laura also accepts instructions to appear in the First-Tier Tribunal (Criminal Injuries Compensation) and is keen to develop her particular interest in this area.
She has a reputation for being dynamic, meticulous and pragmatic.
As part of her commitment to professional development, Laura has participated in mock tribunals and delivered training on Tribunal advocacy and procedure to solicitors, HR professionals and NHS Trust staff. Laura welcomes further enquiries in this regard.
Prior to joining Chambers, Laura served as one of the youngest Magistrates in the country and was awarded the Vice Chancellors Award at University for her outstanding contribution to the Law School. Outside of work, Laura enjoys musical theatre, baking, rugby league and walking her dog in Yorkshire beauty spots.
Laura Kaye is a practising barrister, who is regulated by the Bar Standards Board. Details of information held by the BSB about Laura can be found here.
Chambers take complaints very seriously. A copy of the complaints procedure, which details the process and any time limits which may apply, can be found here. The Legal Ombudsman website provides decisions it has made about legal service providers, which can be accessed here.
Laura's clerks will happily provide no obligation quotations for all legal services that she provides. Their contact details can be found here. It is most common for Laura to undertake Court and advisory work for a fixed fee. For paperwork, it is most commonly charged at an hourly rate although fixed fees are available. Laura will typically return paperwork within 10-14 days, however professional commitments, complexity and volume of documentation can affect these approximate timescales.
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