What can Deborah do for you?

Deborah is an employment law specialist, acting for both employer clients from PLCs through to SMEs in various industries, public sector clients, universities, further and higher education colleges and charities / not for profit organisations.  Deborah regularly advises clients on a wide range of complex HR issues and defending Employment Tribunal claims.

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Clients say that Deborah is approachable, friendly and appreciate her prompt turnaround on queries. Clients also comment on Deborah's pragmatic and practical approach to problem solving and helping make a complicated matter easier to understand. Every client has different sector issues and approaches to risk and Deborah tailors her advice specific to the client's business needs, objectives and approach to risk, which sometimes offers clients a bold approach to dealing with employee relations issues.

What do others say?

Legal 500 -  Principal associate Deborah Coyne  ‘quickly gets to grips with the key issues and is very solution orientated’.

Legal 500 (Education) - "Principal associate Deborah Coyne  is ‘knowledgeable and offers innovative solutions to complex issues’- she is in the employment team and is a key lawyer in the education sector."

What else should you know?

Deborah enjoys spending time with her family and young children and playing netball!

Our employment tribunal fees

Please follow the link below to find out more about our legal fees.

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