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Paul Jackson

Cambridge Legal Practice

Paul read law at Cambridge and trained at Clifford Chance LLP in the City of London. He specialises in employment law, commercial law and civil litigation including advocacy in employment tribunals and the civil courts as a Higher Rights Advocate. Before working for more than ten years in the City of London as a solicitor he worked in commerce including publishing and corporate finance.

Paul has a reputation for tenacity and determination in achieving client objectives which he believes benefits from his commercial background whose primary focus was on providing excellent value for money. Paul is a member of the Employment Lawyers’ Association.

He set up Cambridge Legal Practice to concentrate on providing a high level of service to all clients, but particularly those who are less well represented and supported by traditional law firms. His special interest is in representing employees in disputes with their employers.

Paul’s ‘Linked In’ profile says: “I am known for my approachability and friendliness which is based on a keen interest in people and understanding their problems. I am also known for outstanding results…My objective is to be the best lawyer I can and to do my utmost for my clients.”


What can you do if you're a victim of age discrimination at work?

01 May 2018
Objective Justifying in discrimination

Can an employee be made to retire from work?

10 April 2018
Can an employer force someone to retire?

What are the signs of age discrimination?

11 January 2018
Expert employment solicitor Paul Jackson explains and answers some questions on age discrimination.

What is Whistle-blowing (Part 2)?

24 May 2017
The term whistleblowing can be defined as someone raising a concern about a wrong doing within their organisation. The concern must be a genuine concern about a crime, criminal offence, miscarriage of justice, dangers to health and safety and of the environment.

What is Whistle-blowing? (Part 1)

14 May 2017
The term whistleblowing can be defined as someone raising a concern about a wrong doing within their organisation. The concern must be a genuine concern about a crime, criminal offence, miscarriage of justice, dangers to health and safety and of the environment.

What is an Unlawful Deductions from wages?

02 May 2017
If for any reason your employer has failed to pay you or even paid you less than you are entitled to, you may have a claim for unlawful deductions from wages.
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