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Florence Brocklesby
Bellevue Law founder and employment law expert Florence Brocklesby has been ranked for the first time by Chambers & Partners as a leading individual in employment law advice for senior executives. The guide notes that Florence “regularly advises senior executives on a range of employment disputes including significant discrimination claims. She is well-versed in advising
The future is bright: you’re in your thirties; your career is going well; and you’ve bought your first house. You’re in good health. Marriage and children aren’t on your mind right now – you’re just enjoying living life to the fullest. So why on earth would you need a will? The word ‘will’ instantly brings
Laura Brierly
Bellevue Law has hired its tenth lawyer and fourth disputes specialist, Laura Brierly. Laura previously spent over a decade at Magic Circle law firm Allen & Overy and subsequently worked as a legal expert supporting the independent third-party review of complaints about RBS’s Global Restructuring Group. Florence Brocklesby, founder of Bellevue Law says of Laura’s appointment: “We’re really pleased to have another lawyer of Laura’s calibre join our
Bellevue Law has been ranked for the second year running for its employment law work for senior executives. The firm’s founder, Florence Brocklesby, was highlighted in the findings as ‘excellent’ and ‘unflappable’. One client kindly fed back that Florence is ‘…excellent, very understanding and her advice is outstanding. Very strategic approach and very strong experience

Meet the Team: Rachel Clementson

Bellevue Law Meet the Team: Rachel Clementson
We feel so lucky to have so many great lawyers (and all-round great people) on our team here at Bellevue Law – and we hope you’re enjoying getting to know them better through our series of profiles! This week, we’re catching up with Rachel Clementson, one of our expert employment lawyers. Join us to find
How to do redundancy well
No employer, leadership team or HR manager wants to have to consider redundancies. However, 2020 has been a year of difficult choices and, thanks to the ramifications of the ongoing pandemic and the current economic situation, many businesses will be forced to make more tough calls in the near future. The good news is that there is