Lee is an experienced practitioner in Employment, Mediation & Alternative Dispute Resolution, Special Educational Needs and Professional Disciplinary matters. Before joining Chambers, Lee spent over 10 years as in-house counsel in several law firms in Manchester including spending a few years as head of department.
This experience has enabled Lee to have a genuine, first-hand understanding of the pressures, busy solicitors face in day to day practice. He is happy to deal directly with clients and will involve solicitors to the degree they require or prefer. It also means that he excels in making anxious clients feel at ease. Lee has a high degree of empathy with those who instruct him and will work patiently with his clients to ensure they are both comfortable and confident with his advice.
He is recognised as alumni for Manchester University, a Gray's Inn advocacy & mooting judge and trainer as well as a tutor at university level. In his spare time Lee can be found being dragged round the Peak District by his trusty Bassett hound, Billie-Jean.
His Employment Law practice covers both claimant employee and respondent employers. He counts qualified legal practitioners (solicitors including employment law specialists, barristers and a judge) as clients who trust him to advise and represent themselves personally. Lee has acted for and against a significant number of household names claims in relation to the BBC, most global high street banks, national supermarkets, governmental departments and agencies, local authorities, accountancy firms and solicitor firms themselves as well as small boutique firms only employing a handful of people.
Lee covers all areas of employment law but chief among Lee's specialisms are:
Lee works in the field of medical regulation and has appeared at various hearings in relation to interim order panels and fitness to practise hearings.
Combining neatly with his other specialisms, Lee undertakes first instance Tribunal work and appeal work. He has acted for people with various disabilities including over the course of a couple of years over a hundred people who were employed by Remploy.
Lee is accredited by the Bar Council to undertake direct public access work and has advised and represented a significant number of companies in various sectors, local authorities and private individuals on that basis.
Employment Lawyers Association
Westcliff High Grammar School
LLB (Hons) Manchester University
Mr Lee Bronze is a practising barrister, who is regulated by the Bar Standards Board. Details of information held by the BSB about Mr Bronze can be found here.
Mr Bronze's clerks will happily provide no obligation quotations for all legal services that he provides. Their contact details can be found here. It is most common for Mr Bronze to undertake Court and advisory work for a fixed fee or brief fee plus refresher days. For any advisory work, paperwork and conferences it is most commonly charged at an hourly rate, although fixed fees are available. Mr Bronze also accepts instructions on legal aid rates where those are available, details of which can be found here. Mr Bronze will typically return paperwork within 21 days, however professional commitments, complexity and volume of documentation can affect these approximate timescales.
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