Camille represents both claimants and respondents in preliminary and multi-day final hearings in all areas of employment and discrimination law. Her areas of expertise include breaches of the Equality Act 2010, unfair and wrongful dismissal, whistleblowing, health and safety dismissals / detriments, detriments related to trade union activities, unlawful deduction from wages and holiday pay claims. Camille recently appeared in the ET successfully defending a well-known construction company in a sexual orientation discrimination trial and securing damages of in and around £70,000 for a claimant employed by a university for a failure to make reasonable adjustments and s. 15 EqA disability discrimination.
Camille is also developing an appellate practice, having appeared in front of the EAT and advised on the prospects of appeal to the EAT.
Camille undertakes all relevant drafting and has a busy advisory practice.