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Georgina Leadbetter

Georgina Leadbetter

Call: 2013

Barrister

"She is a superb barrister."

Chambers & Partners 2021

“Accomplished junior who is able to boast wide expertise in substantial employment cases up to the Supreme Court.”

Chambers & Partners 2021

"She has a very sharp intellect and excellent drafting skills."

Chambers & Partners 2021

“Reliable, very popular with clients and strong on whistleblowing cases. Her advice is clear and her advocacy impressive.”

Legal 500 2021

"Quick thinking"

Legal 500 2021

Georgina Leadbetter

"She is a superb barrister."

Chambers & Partners 2021

“Accomplished junior who is able to boast wide expertise in substantial employment cases up to the Supreme Court.”

Chambers & Partners 2021

"She has a very sharp intellect and excellent drafting skills."

Chambers & Partners 2021

“Reliable, very popular with clients and strong on whistleblowing cases. Her advice is clear and her advocacy impressive.”

Legal 500 2021

"Quick thinking"

Legal 500 2021

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Georgina is an accomplished junior barrister with a strong background in employment and commercial law, specialising in all forms of litigation arising from the employment relationship.

She is sought out for sensitive and complex employment tribunal disputes (in particular those concerning whistleblowing and discrimination), and for business protection litigation in the High Court (relating to restrictive covenants, confidential information and fiduciary duties, from injunction to speedy trial).

Beyond the employment field, Georgina advises on and appears in a diverse range of contractual matters, and in non-employment disputes under the Equality Act 2010 (in particular those relating to qualifications bodies).

Georgina has substantial experience of litigation at appellate level. In February 2020 she appeared in the landmark Supreme Court case Royal Mencap Society v Tomlinson-Blake (led by David Reade QC and Niran de Silva, judgment pending). This appeal, concerning the application of National Minimum Wage legislation to those working sleep-in shifts, was listed among The Lawyer’s Top Appeals of 2020.

Chambers and Partners 2021 (Employment) “Up and Coming”:

  • “a superb barrister”
  • “accomplished junior who is able to boast wide expertise in substantial employment cases up to the Supreme Court”
  • “very sharp intellect and excellent drafting skills”

Legal 500 2021 (Employment) “Rising Star”:

  • “quick thinking”
  • “reliable, very popular with clients and strong on whistleblowing cases. Her advice is clear and her advocacy impressive”

High Court Employment and Business Protection

Employment and Discrimination

Commercial

Regulatory / Disciplinary

Education, Scholarships and Prizes

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