Imogen Hamblin

Imogen Hamblin

Imogen studied law at the University of Leeds, before training as a barrister at BPP Law School. She was called to the Bar is 2009 and practised Human Rights law and Civil Liberties for three year. Imogen then undertook the LPC exams and her results placed her 4th nationally.

She qualified as a solicitor in 2015 and became an Employment Law practitioner in the Midlands. Imogen is also a part-time lecturer at Leeds Beckett University and a school governor of Walter Halls Primary and Early Years.

Due to Imogen’s experience as a barrister, she is our specialist litigator and court advocate with particular expertise in discrimination and whistleblowing cases.

Imogen also enjoys working on large scale projects for schools and has recently been involved in redundancy and TUPE projects on behalf of employers.