The role is part time and Jamie will continue with his specialist employment practice from Chambers in addition to continuing with his previous appointment as a Deputy District Judge.
Jamie will sit in the North West region and therefore is unable to accept future instructions to appear in this region.
Jamie accepts instructions via Chambers on behalf of both employers and employees. He also accepts instructions direct from companies and members of the public in appropriate cases. He is listed in both Chambers and Partners and the Legal 500 directories.
Examples of Jamie’s recent work includes large scale holiday pay litigation on behalf of a public sector employer and a successful finding of automatic unfair dismissal by reason of whistleblowing on behalf of an employee.
The Members and Staff at Trinity warmly congratulate Jamie on the appointment.