Employment Law Experience

Charles, an employment and discrimination law Barrister, has been advising both employees and employers since 1999. Charles started work undertaking employment law at Bristol and Sheffield Councils. An expert in employment, law Charles has been instructed as an employment barrister, in cases of sex, race and disability discrimination.

He has extensive experience in unfair dismissal, redundancy, contracts of employment, pregnancy related dismissal, constructive dismissal, minimum wage claims, settlement agreements, post termination covenants, holiday pay disputes, parental leave, deductions from wages, variation of contractual terms, whistleblowing, business transfer, harassment and breach of contract claims.

As well as advocacy work, Charles has considerable experience of advisory and drafting work, preparing pleadings for, Employment Tribunals and The Employment Appeals Tribunal. Charles has acted as a disciplinary officer in various tribunals and regularly appears in the Employment Appeals Tribunal. In particular, Charles has represented members of the medical profession and others, who need representation in disciplinary proceedings and tribunals.

Charles has represented clients in The Royal Courts of Justice and several types of tribunal including Immigration and sports resolution. Charles is a Public Access employment barrister, which means that he can be instructed directly without having to involve a Solicitor. His website has been online since 2001 and Charles’s successful employment law blog is one of the most well-read on the net.

Because Charles has undertaken the Bar Council’s litigation exam he can draft emails, submit pleadings representing you as a traditional Solicitor would as well as representing you.



Charles Prince

LLB (Hons) LLM
Barrister, Bar Vocational Course
Called to The Bar in 1999 (Middle Temple)
Approved for Public Access work
Approved to conduct litigation so that clients no longer have to act as a self-representing litigant or instruct a solicitor A member of No5 Chambers one of the largest chambers in the country with over 260 Barristers.