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.
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
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
On 14 March 2018, the Supreme Court upheld the dismissal of head teacher, for failing to disclose a relationship with person convicted of a sexual offence. In Reilly v Sandwell MBC . The Appellant, Ms Reilly, the former head teacher of a primary school, was in a relationship with a man convicted of making indecent … Read more
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