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Karen McGill


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Karen is a highly experienced employment lawyer having been accredited as a specialist in employment law by the Law Society of Scotland for 15 years.

For many years Karen advised clients on the full range of employment law issues, including representing them before Employment Tribunals throughout the UK and the Employment Appeal Tribunal. Whilst she still provides advice to both employers and employees her focus is now on delivering employment law training, drawing on her many years of experience in private practice.

Karen teaches at the University of Edinburgh on legal, business studies and HR courses and has been involved in employment law training for many years, devising and delivering employment law training for many well known organisations.

Karen also contributed the latest Employment Law Reissue to the Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia.

Here’s what some of the attendees at training sessions run by Karen have had to say:

“The small group meant Karen tailored it to the participants’ needs. It was one of the best training events I have ever attended.”

“Very informative – good flow of questions. Karen was very good at explaining complex issues and answered questions very well.”

“The content of the course was extremely interesting. Gaining an insight into law from a business perspective was challenging but eye opening and the way the course was structured meant the  topic was easily understood.”

“Very easy to listen to, very approachable, became part of the group.”

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Recent Content by Karen McGill

19 Aug 2019

Discrimination and harassment training

Join our training programme leader, Karen McGill, for this half day training course on discrimination and harassment. 
Karen McGill
19 Aug 2019

Managing employees (Sickness Absence) training

Join our training programme leader, Karen McGill, for this half day training course on managing employees with sickness absence issues.
Karen McGill