Employment Law advice & representation

Justice & compensation


At Justice Law, we work hard to get justice and compensation for our clients in all employment cases. We work on both complex and relatively straightforward claims including unfair dismissal, breach of contract, discrimination, and victimisation. Call us today on 01296 394 700  or in case of an emergency call 07951 454 426

Employment Tribunals

Our team of highly qualified and experienced employment solicitors will represent employees in claims of unfair dismissal, breach of contract and age, disability, race and sex discrimination. We offer no-win, no-fee arrangements and no win, low fee arrangements. 
We are happy to represent our clients in various employment tribunals in England including:

Watford Employment Tribunal  
Address: Radius House, 51 Clarendon Rd, Watford WD17 1HP

Reading Employment Tribunal 
Address: 30-31 Friar St, Reading RG1 1DX

Cenral London Employment Tribunal 
Address: 30-34 Kingsway, London WC2B 6EX

East London Employment Tribunals
Address: 2nd Floor, Anchorage House, Clove Cres, Poplar, London E14 2BE

Making a claim

David versus Goliath cases

We specialise in David versus Goliath cases where we are representing an employee against the company. 
We also undertake County Courts and High Court employment litigation.

At Justice Law, we are happy to help if you have a problem with your employer .

Whether you can make a claim depends on various factors including period of employment and time limits. Usually, you also have under three months from when the event happened to make a claim to the tribunal. We represent claimants in tribunal in England & Wales 

No win LOW fee

We work mainly on no win NO fee or no win LOW fee. No more Employment Tribunal Fees

The Supreme Court decided on 27 July 2017 that fees for those bringing employment tribunal claims have been ruled unlawful. The government introduced fees of up to £1,200 in 2013 - which drastically reduced employment tribunal claims to the detriment of employees & claimants. The Employment Tribunals

and the Employment Appeal Tribunal Fees Order 2013 is unlawful under both domestic and EU law " ... because it has the effect of preventing access to justice. Since it had that effect as soon as it was made, it was therefore unlawful and must be quashed ... The Fees Order is indirectly discriminatory under the Equality Act 2010 because the higher fees for type B claims put women at a particular disadvantage, because a higher proportion of women bring type B than bring type A claims. The charging of higher fees was not a proportionate means of

achieving the stated aims of the Fees Order ..."

Employment remedies


Employer -v- Employee

We accept cases at all levels: before a potential dispute; during grievance and disciplinary stages, after dismissal right to tribunal and court representation. 

If matters go to, or are destined for the tribunal, we will draft the ET1, negotiate directly or via ACAS, deal with case-management and do the advocacy in the tribunals, county courts and the High Court where necessary. 

Employment Litigation

Most employment matters are disposed of via alternative dispute resolution and employment tribunals. 

Some cases such as those involving harassment and breach of contract are better if litigated in the county courts or in the high courts, depending on the claim value. We have higher rights of audience and are able to effectively represent our client at all levels: from the tribunals to the Royal Courts of Justice and beyond.

E-mail law@justicelaw.co.uk 

Tel: 01296 394700, 07951 454426

Solicitors & Commissioners for Oaths

Drop us a line!

Call 01296 394700, 07951454426

If you need an affidavit, to swear an oath or get a document certified, so feel free to call us for an appointment during normal business hours.

Justice Law Ltd, Solicitors - No win LOW fee

The Gatehouse, Regus, Gatehouse Way, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP19 8DB, United Kingdom

01296 394700, 07951454426



9:00 am – 5:00 pm


9:00 am – 5:00 pm


9:00 am – 5:00 pm


9:00 am – 5:00 pm


9:00 am – 5:00 pm