Birketts solicitors in Cambridge expands employment law team due to demand

Published: 23/09/2015

Birketts, the top 100 law firm based in the East of England, has expanded its Cambridge employment law team with two recent appointments: Tim Tyndall recognised as one of the region’s leading employment lawyers has joined as a partner and Rob Kellaway as a solicitor. Additionally, Lottie Seaborn, has returned from maternity leave. As a result the Birketts’ Cambridge team now has six dedicated employment lawyers, and 23 employment lawyers firm wide.”

Commenting on his appointment, Tim said “Birketts has grown rapidly into a premier legal practice in Cambridge over the last seven years. With further growth planned and our magnificent new office in Station Road to move into it’s a hugely exciting time to join and I very much look forward to working with Abigail and the team as the office and its employment team continue to expand.”

Abigail Trencher, head of the employment in Cambridge added: “The employment team in Cambridge has a wealth of expertise in both contentious and non-contentious employment law issues as well as providing corporate immigration law advice and share scheme services. We act for a wide range of clients from small start-ups to global household names, as well as clients in the education and charities sectors. Tim’s arrival will assist with the continued growth of the team and provide additional depth and expertise to the services we can provide.”

Birketts’ employment team was recognised by The Legal 500 rankings (released 16 September 2015) receiving a ‘top-tier firm’ rankings. For further details about Birketts and the recent Legal 500 rankings please visit our highlights page.

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Birketts' employment team, Cambridge

Photo - The Cambridge employment team (left to right): Abigail Trencher (partner), Lottie Seaborn (senior associate), Katie Harris-Wright (senior associate), Tim Tyndall (partner), Clare Hedges (associate), Julie Winnington (secretary) and Rob Kellaway (solicitor)

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