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Jennifer Cafferky

Position: Employment Law Associate Solicitor
Offices: Viaduct House, Carlisle
 
Areas: Personal Law, Employment Law for Employers, Business Law, Employment Law for Employees
 
 

Jennifer is an Associate Solicitor in our Employment Law team and is based at Viaduct House in Carlisle.

Jennifer completed her Law Degree at the University of Wales and her LPC at University of Northumbria, she qualified as a solicitor in 2009.  Jennifer specialises in employment law and civil litigation and has a particular interest in discrimination claims and the Equality Act 2010.

Outside of work Jennifer enjoys yoga, hiking, and spending time with her family.

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Employee unfairly dismissed over alleged sexual remarks awarded £60k

April 15th 2024

A mental health practitioner who was unfairly dismissed over alleged sexual remarks has been awarded £60,000 compensation. Jennifer Cafferky Solicitor in our employment team, reports on this recent case. The Employment Tribunal ruled that the investigation carried out by the employer had not been reasonable. The case involved Mr G, who…

Cartmell Shepherd’s commitment to professional development results in four internal promotions

March 28th 2024

Cartmell Shepherd has announced it has promoted four members of its team as part of its ongoing commitment to developing the legal services it provides to its growing client base. Cartmell Shepherd Solicitors has rewarded staff members for their endeavour and high level of expertise within their legal specialism to…

Transgender worker loses harassment claim over ‘deadnaming’

March 26th 2024

A transgender worker has lost her claim that she was harassed when she was ‘deadnamed’ on the staff rota. Jennifer Cafferky Solicitor in our employment team, reports on this recent case. Deadnaming means using the name a transgender person was given at birth instead of the name they adopt after transitioning.…

Employer failed to make reasonable adjustments for disabled worker

October 23rd 2023

The Employment Tribunal has ruled that an employer discriminated against a disabled worker by failing to make reasonable adjustments for him. Jennifer Cafferky Solicitor in our employment team, reports on this recent case. The case involved Mr R Poniatowski who worked as a quality control technologist for Wealmoor Limited between 2017…

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