Since joining us in September 2018, Harry has worked on a number of employment and university cases involving claims for equal pay, discrimination, harassment, victimisation, whistleblowing, unfair dismissal, negligence and stress at work. He has also worked on cases involving contract and partnership disputes, and foreign debt recovery.
Before joining us, Harry worked and volunteered at several charities while completing his MSc in Social Anthropology at the LSE. He volunteered at a legal aid clinic where he advocated for welfare recipients, and researched and wrote on the microaggressions confronting refugees in the UK labour market, and on reproductive health in humanitarian settings. Harry graduated with a BA in Human, Social and Political Science from the University of Cambridge.
Outside of work, Harry is currently studying for a GDL at the University of Law, and in his free time, enjoys playing football, travelling and reading.
Warwick University: Vice chancellor apologises for mistakes over rape chat scandal (BBC)
In an interview with the BBC, Warwick University’s vice chancellor apologised for not supporting and communicating enough with female students targeted with rape threats. The uni has been sued by two women we represent, for allegations of discrimination and negligence.
Berkshire couple win race discrimination case over adoption (The Guardian)
“This decision ensures that no matter what race, religion or colour you are, you should be treated equally and assessed for adoption in the same way as any other prospective adopter,” says our client.
Ex-student sues Cambridge University over harassment complaint (BBC)
Our client Dani Bradford is suing Cambridge University for its mishandling of her harassment complaint. The uni restricted her access to certain buildings on the campus and forbid her from discussing the case with others.