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Jennifer is a 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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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…

Sexual harassment victim, aged 19, made to feel it was inevitable

August 2nd 2023

A 19-year-old sales assistant was made to feel it was inevitable that she would be subjected to sexual harassment from a work colleague. Jennifer Cafferky Solicitor in our employment team, reports on this recent case. The Employment Tribunal hearing the case was critical of the way management at the company dealt…

Technologist was victimised in ‘naming and shaming’ by manager

June 29th 2023

A technologist has won his victimisation claim after being ‘named and shamed’ by his line manager without a proper investigation. Jennifer Cafferky Solicitor in our employment team, reports on this recent case. The case involved Mr N Chowdhury, who had been a senior critical care technologist at Barts Health NHS Trust…

Animal keeper unfairly dismissed despite breaking company rules

June 23rd 2023

A former animal keeper has won a claim of unfair dismissal even though she broke company safety rules. Jennifer Cafferky Solicitor in our employment team, reports on this recent case. Morna Gunn was employed at Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre, which houses a variety of domestic and wild animals such as short claw…

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