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Sarah Booth

Sarah Booth

Sarah Booth

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Sarah is an experienced employment lawyer advising HR teams and in house lawyers on a range of strategic and business-critical human resources issues, including disciplinary and grievance procedures, collective consultation, redundancy, unfair dismissal, family friendly rights, sickness and absence management, all aspects of discrimination, compromise agreements, TUPE and handbooks and policy reviews.

In addition to her knowledge of employment law, Sarah regularly advises on strategic business immigration queries, including conducting sponsor licence applications, assisting and advising on visa applications, providing immigration training to both HR and management and in co-ordinating immigration audits.

Sarah focuses on her clients’ commercial goals and provides strategic advice on deploying the law to meet their commercial aims.

Recent work highlights include advising:

  • a high net worth individual on the best immigration option to enable him to work and live in the UK, including completion of a sponsor licence application and visa application. This also included advice under Tier 4 (Child);
  • a large multinational logistics provider on complex industrial relations issues, including strike action and collective grievances;
  • IKEA on a number of visas including intra company transfers;Kuehne + Nagel on a range of disciplinary, grievance and sickness absence management issues. Sarah has also defended Kuehne + Nagel on a number of Tribunal claims;
  • Sapa Profiles and Sapa Components on a number of complex employee relations issues;
  • a multi-national tour operator on a complex multi-claimant, multi-respondent Tribunal claim relating liabilities arising under TUPE;
  • a large national learning provider on a range of contentious and non-contentious employment and business immigration issues;
  • on the employment provisions on Dealmakers’ Midlands Deal of the Year 2012.

Sarah regularly chairs issue-driven workshops for HR teams and has written and led a range of training modules for both managers and HR teams, including drafting and running a mock disciplinary hearing.

Sarah trained with Shoosmiths undertaking two employment seats before qualifying with Shoosmiths in September 2011.


My education:

Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice ( University of Sheffield )

Law LLB (Hons) ( University of Newcastle Upon Tyne )