Sarah Wilkinson

Senior Associate Solicitor

Bromley office

Sarah is thrilled to be a part of Thackray Williams’ well-renowned Employment Department who work collaboratively to deliver consistently excellent advice for all of their clients.

Sarah has a wealth of experience from both the private and public sectors and advises on all aspects of contentious and non-contentious employment law matters. Whether it is strategic employment advice or risk management, Sarah adds value from the outset and acts as a principal adviser to individuals as well as commercial clients from a broad range of business sectors. She has successfully acted for Claimants and Respondents in relation to their Employment Tribunal claims for unfair dismissal, discrimination, whistleblowing, victimisation, harassment and unlawful deduction from wages. She works on matters of redundancy, settlement agreements, contractual disputes and contacts.

With a strong commercial acumen, Sarah is able to offer strategic advice to clients, explaining technical areas of the law in a way they can understand and act upon. Extremely personable, Sarah likes to get to know her clients and their businesses, by building relationships and working with them to help them feel confident in her abilities. Sarah believes each of her clients deserve a friendly and efficient service no matter what level of advice they are seeking.

With the broad range of services available to both individuals and commercial clients across Thackray Williams, Sarah is able to refer clients to other specialists within the firm should the need arise. This, she believes, is one of the great advantages in working for such a diverse firm.

When not working, Sarah sings with the London chamber choir, Canticum, and with Bromley Parish Church choir in their weekly services. She also likes exploring the London restaurant scene and cooking for her family and friends. As a member of Bromley Parish Church, Sarah gets involved in all of their community activities.

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