Rebecca McGuirk


Rebecca has specialised in employment law for 20 years. She is known for her down to earth and solution driven approach. Rebecca advises daily on the wide range of employment issues that arise. Rebecca acts for a wide range of clients including those in the public, private and third sector.    

Rebecca has particular experience in advising on TUPE; large scale redundancies and new restructures; changing terms and conditions of employment; dealing with unions; equal pay issues; regulatory issues such as HMRC and senior executive departures. Rebecca regularly advises and represents clients in respect of employment tribunal claims and has recently dealt with complex claims involving whistleblowing and discrimination.

Rebecca loves employment law and speaks and writes regularly on a wide range of employment issues. She is an active member of the Employment Lawyers Association.

Rebecca is acknowledged as a legal expert in the field of employment law in Chambers & Partners Guide to the Legal Profession and in The Legal 500.

Clients say: "She really understands our business and that really helps bring a different dimension to the relationship and adds more value to the advice".

Chambers 2018

She is rated by clients for being "always accessible, diligent in her work …" and  "brilliantly professional".

Legal 500 2017
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