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Kate Hindmarch, Consultant Solicitor

Kate Hindmarch

Consultant Solicitor

About Kate

Kate, a law graduate of the University of Nottingham, possesses broad experience in all areas of employment law (including wrongful and unfair dismissal claims), having run her own specialist law firm prior to joining Langleys. She qualified as a solicitor in 1995 and is an experienced tribunal Judge sitting in the West Midlands Region.

Kate’s particular specialism lies in the education sector and she regularly advises local authorities, schools, academies and colleges in relation to employment law issues. She also advises her education clients in relation to Academy conversions, admissions and exclusions and special educational needs. She also acts as one of the Employment Team's supervisors,

Kate is a former Chair of Women in Newark and is a Committee member of the Working Group for Business Women's Link (Lincolnshire & Rutland). In 2009 Kate was appointed a Fee Paid Employment Tribunal Judge and sits in the Birmingham region.

Service expertise


Life in the education sector never stands still. Change presents challenges, which is why it’s a good idea to seek expert advice to help you safeguard your organisation both now, and in the future. With a nationwide reputation in acting for and advising nurseries, schools, academies, multi-academy trusts, colleges, local authorities and universities nationwide, our education solicitors have the specific expertise needed to help you navigate the varying and often complex legal challenges faced by the education sector.

Employment & Hr

In the rapidly evolving area of employment law, it can be difficult to keep on top of all the changes affecting you and your business. Our experienced employment solicitors have the knowledge and expertise to help you navigate the most complex situations facing your organisation, equipping you with the tools to best support your employees.

Employment for Individuals

We know that when things go wrong in the workplace, it can be stressful and it can be difficult to know how to resolve the problem if your employer is not providing clear advice.  Knowing your rights can empower to take the right course of action for you, helping protect your best interests. Our experienced Employment Law solicitors have the knowledge and expertise to help you deal with any situation you may be facing at work.

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