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Sejal Patel

Employment and HR Services, Coronavirus: Legal News Updates for Employers

Qualified: 2019.

Joined Lawson West: 2016.

Sejal has been described as “approachable, thorough and well organised” by her colleagues and impresses everyone she meets with her professional and enthusiastic manner.

Sejal joined Lawson-West in August 2016 and commenced her training contract in June 2017 successfully qualifying in March 2019. She currently undertakes research for the Employment team and has begun to advise on both contentious and non-contentious employment matters.

Sejal gained two years collective experience at a variety of solicitors; ranging from small practices to medium high street firms.  Her proficiency often resulted in her return to many of them on more than one occasion.

She comments: “Whether you are an employer or an employee, I understand how stressful it can be when an issue arises in the workplace.

My role is to provide honest advice as well as pragmatic support through each step of the tribunal process. From ACAS Early conciliation, right to the final hearing, I will focus on clients best interests always, to help them achieve their goals and to find a resolution.”


Testimonials include: 

"Sejal was very helpful throughout the whole procedure. She guided me through a very difficult time and always conducted herself in a very professional way."

"Thank you so much for all your efforts in helping us, Sejal. Really appreciate it, we shall pass your details onto anyone that many need them now or in the future.You really go above and beyond. Thank you again."


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