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Child Care Law

We act on behalf of the children and/or parents regarding issues such as care proceedings, contact, residence, etc... Legal aid is available.

Education Law

We are Education Law Solicitors Based in Birmingham and we act on behalf of pupils, students & parents across Birmingham, West Midlands and the UK

Employment Law

We  act on behalf of employees and employers in the Birmingham area regarding settlement agreements, discrimination, unfair dismissal etc...

Karen was the first African-Caribbean woman solicitor to set up her own practice in Birmingham City centre. Prior to setting up the practice, she was a  partner in a medium size firm of solicitors in Birmingham. From starting as a general practice, we have now positioned ourselves as a niche firm practicing Child Care law, Education law, and Employment law. Bailey Wright & Co. Solicitors are now based in the world renowned Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham.

Stress at Work – A legal overview

By Phil Storey | 27/04/2018

Stress at Work – A legal overview The problem Stress can adversely affect undermine the quality of an employee’s performance and is a major cause of absence from work, and can damage the employer’s business. The scale of the problem The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) estimates that 12.5 million working days were lost to … Read more

Secondary School Transfers

By Phil Storey | 06/04/2018

SECONDARY SCHOOL TRANSFERS – 6th April 2018   With many pupils and parents today receiving details of the school where they have been offered a place, Phil Storey, Education Law Solicitor sets out the law on secondary school admissions and appeals.   Parents are entitled to express a preference for schools for their child upon … Read more

Discrimination Time Limits

By Phil Storey | 06/04/2018

In Hale v Brighton & Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust UKEAT/0342/16/LA the Employment Appeal Tribunal considered whether a decision to instigate an investigation which resulted in disciplinary proceedings, and the subsequent dismissal of the Claimant amounted to “conduct extending over a period of time.” The EAT concluded that the entirety of the disciplinary process was … Read more

Dion Calder

Trainee Solicitor

Phil Storey


Karen Bailey

Principal Solicitor

Eddie Bailey

Practice Manager

Angelina Aitan

Legal Assistant

Branston Court, Branston Street Birmingham B18 6BA

Tel: 0121 270 1566

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