Viewing: Employment for Andrew Rhodes

Andrew has extensive experience in a range of employment law issues, including unfair dismissal, discrimination, TUPE, the Agency Worker Regulations and equal pay, in addition to more novel issues such as the law of state and diplomatic immunity in an employment context.
He also has a broad advisory practice alongside his tribunal work and has advised on worker status, discrimination and redundancy, amongst other issues.
Notable Cases
Mr N Buttet v Ambassade de France Au Royaume Uni (ET 2204921/2012)
Andrew acted for the Claimant in a holiday pay claim where the Respondent sought to rely on state immunity as a bar to the proceedings.
Thomas v Jelson Ltd (ET 2600979/2019)
Acted for the Respondent, a residential house building company, in a 10-day hearing involving claims for constructive dismissal, harassment, sex discrimination, victimisation and unlawful deductions from wages. Currently awaiting judgment.
Inner Temple Exhibition
Inner Temple
Free Representation Unit
Industrial Law Society
Employment Law Bar Association
Employment Lawyers Association
Discrimination Law Association
Bar Professional Training Course: City University
Graduate Diploma in Law: City University
(BA) History and Politics: University of Oxford (Mansfield College)

Latest News & Publications

With reports of more people facing redundancy in the coming months, No5's Andrew Rhodes explains everything employers need to know if faced with the possibility of making staff redundant....

Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2022
What does it mean for a belief to not be worthy of respect in a democratic society?...

Date: Fri, 11 Jun 2021