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Katherine Anderson

Katherine Anderson

Call 2005

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Employment and Equalities

Katherine has a busy employment law practice representing claimants and respondents in the Employment Tribunal and the EAT.


She has acted for and advised clients in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors.  She has a particular interest in the education, health, care, charity and not-for-profit sectors. She also has particular expertise in discrimination cases with a personal injury aspect.

Previous instructions have included:

  • Employers and employees working with children and vulnerable adults, including gross misconduct dismissals involving allegations of abuse or neglect of duty,
  • Claims against schools and universities,
  • Claims against voluntary organisations,
  • A claim against a Member of Parliament and against a mainstream political party,
  • TUPE claims relating to drug and alcohol treatment and recovery services,
  • Bullying and harassment and stress-related sickness absence,
  • An alleged constructive “whistle-blowing” dismissal where the employee complained of a dangerous workplace,
  • Alleged psychiatric harm arising out of discrimination.

Other recent tribunal cases have involved:

  • TUPE claims involving variation of contracts,
  • Redundancy claims involving variation of contracts,
  • Unfair dismissal and race victimisation where the employer alleged an irrevocable breakdown of trust and confidence following the claimant’s repeated allegations of a racist conspiracy,
  • Discrimination because of maternity leave,
  • Disability discrimination where the alleged disability was complex dyslexia,
  • Entitlement to annual leave where the claimant has been on long-term sick leave,
  • Case management where the claimant is a prisoner,
  • Applications for costs.

She has undertaken a number of successful judicial and private mediations as an Accredited Mediation Advocate.

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News

April 13 2017:

3PB Employment Barrister Katherine Anderson examines the implications of Peninsula v Baker on employer liability for acts of victimisation ...read more


December 4 2015:

3PB gets ready for Christmas ...read more


January 23 2014:

Chambers is delighted to announce the successful appointment of several members of 3PB to the barrister panel of ELAAS ...read more


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Scholarships

Inner Temple Exhibition

Professional Qualifications and Appointments

  • Accredited Mediation Advocate

Professional Bodies

  • Employment Law Bar Association (ELBA)