Bridget is an Employment Partner with 20 years’ experience in all aspects of employment law, including conducting complex workplace investigations across the public and private sectors. Bridget works nationally and across the south west.
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"Bridget is astute and can identify the strengths and weaknesses in complex cases quickly and efficiently. Bridget is an outstanding and tactical practitioner who is able to position her clients like a Chessmaster to achieve great results time after time. She is head and shoulders above a very good rest at the firm."
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