Sarah Keogh has been nominated for the Junior Pro Bono Barrister of the Year award. Her nomination recognises her significant contribution of time and expertise to pro bono work. Sarah has undertaken cases primarily in her specialist area of employment law, representing clients pro bono in both the Employment Appeal Tribunal and the Court of Appeal in the last year, in addition to regular attendance at Central London Employment Tribunal under the ELIPS scheme. Her nomination has been supported by pro bono clients and the judiciary. Clients commented:
“Her dedication, strategic thinking, knowledge of the law and its practice all paid huge dividends for me…”
“I am in a positive situation only due to Sarah, her commitment to me and my case is far greater than I expected.”
Chambers wishes her the best of luck for the award, which will be announced on 24th October.
Pro bono, Junior Pro Bono Barrister of the Year award, employment
William Meade (Senior Clerk)