Anna's role involves employment law knowhow, thought leadership and client training.
Anna manages the employment group's value-added client services and internal education. This includes helping clients to stay up to date with the latest legal developments and their business impact by writing e-bulletins and briefings and designing and delivering tailored training for both clients and the internal group.
Anna's recent areas of focus include:
- authoring and collaborating with authors in other jurisdictions to create a global guide to whistleblowing laws
- updating our quick reference business transfer guide to help clients manage employee issues on multi-jurisdiction transactions, now covering 51 countries
- helping clients to understand the implications of Brexit for employees and employment law.
Anna has more than two decades of employment law experience. She has authored chapters in a number of legal textbooks and writes and lectures on a wide variety of topical legal issues. From 2012 to 2014 Anna was Editor of the Employment Lawyers’ Association journal, ELA Briefing, and a member of its Management and Training Committees. She currently sits on its Legislative and Policy Committee, recently working on topics such as pregnancy and maternity rights and proposed reforms to the employment tribunal system. Anna also founded and organises the network for employment professional support lawyers, PEN.
Before joining the firm in 2000, she was a senior associate at CMS Cameron McKenna advising on a wide range of employment issues.