Employment law in Bristol


Bristol, in the south west, is the largest city in the area and one of the most popular places to live and visit in Britain. Bristol, like most other towns and cities, has a variety of solicitors working in all areas of the law including employment. Bristol employment law is governed by the same legal principles as the rest of the UK, and the town has its own employment tribunal at The Crescent Centre, Temple Back E, Bristol, BS1 6EZ and can be contacted on 0117 929 8261.

Employment lawyers in Bristol can help you with a variety of employment work ranging from drafting contract documentation to tribunal claims for unfair and wrongful dismissal. They can also advise on compromise and severance agreements, disciplinary procedures, redundancy, discrimination on the grounds of sex, race, disability or age and harassment in the workplace.

For Bristol employment law advice you can also speak to the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) and check the website of Acas (Advisory, conciliation and arbitration service). They are a non-governmental department regulating employment matters. Acas can help employees obtain free advice from their website or by calling their telephone helpline.

Employers can also use Acas for specialised services, including training, workplace projects, conciliation and mediation. If you still feel you have a case which may require the services of a solicitor either in court or in mediation you can speak to Contact Law. We work with specialist Bristol employment law solicitors and can match you to the right firm for your needs.

If you would like help finding recommended employment law solicitors / lawyers in Bristol, Contact Law can put you in touch with a firm we work with free of charge. So, if you have any questions please call us on 0800 1777 162 or complete the web-form above.

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