1983, Middle Temple
Recorder of the Crown and County Courts
Employment Lawyers Association,
Personal Injury Bar Association,
Professional Negligence Bar Association
Northern Chancery Bar Association
MA Jurisprudence, Pembroke College, Oxford
University Appeal Judge
Accredited by the General Medical Council to conduct Fitness to Practise Panel Hearings and Hearings in Administrative Court
Accredited in the Equality and Human Rights Commission
SPECIALIST AREAS OF PRACTICE
Employment (including Regulatory proceedings)
Nigel Grundy is a Senior Barrister who has a reputation for being client friendly, a first class advocate with incisive cross-examination skills and an ability to master and assimilate large volumes of information in complex cases. Nigel has built a truly multifaceted practice covering both employment law (including regulatory proceedings) and personal injury litigation, further details of which are set out in his employment CV, personal injury CV and fraud CV. Nigel is recognised in Chambers & Partners and Legal 500 as a "leading Junior" and "highly rated".
Nigel has sat as a Recorder in the Crown and County Courts since 2000. He acts also in a quasi-judicial capacity for many Universities upon disciplinary and grievance appeals.
Nigel is a regular keynote speaker at both employment and personal injury seminars.
Nigel Grundy is accredited by the Bar Council to accept instructions under the Direct Access Scheme.
Nigel Grundy is a practising barrister, who is regulated by the Bar Standards Board. Details of information held by the BSB about Nigel Grundy can be found here.
Nigel's clerks will happily provide no obligation quotations for all legal services that he provides. Their contact details can be found for employment here and for personal injury here. It is most common for Nigel to represent clients in courts, tribunals, joint settlement meetings and mediations for a fixed brief fee plus refresher days fees. Likewise when he acts as a mediator or chair of an internal disciplinary or appeal panel he will usually charge a fixed brief fee plus refresher days fees. For advisory work, preparation of pleadings and court applications Nigel's work is usually charged at an hourly rate, but at the request of clients it can be performed for a fixed fee. Conditional Fee Agreements will be considered for Claimant personal injury work and clinical negligence cases. Nigel also accepts direct access work which is usually performed for a fixed fee. Nigel will return paperwork urgently if required but typically within 10-14 days, although professional commitments, complexity and volume of documentation can affect these approximate timescales.
Nigel is a keen golfer and long suffering supporter of Bolton Wanderers FC.
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