Leah is a keen advocate of Employee Rights and always looking to achieve the best results for her clients, whether Employee or Employer. Leah qualified as a Solicitor in 2013.
Leah has experience in dealing with both Employers and Employees and understands the headache that can be caused when problems arise in the workplace and is always happy to help her clients, every step of the way, to relieve some of that burden whilst bringing the best resolution for the client.
Leah is author of ‘Babysteps: A Guide to Maternity Leave & Maternity Pay’. Leah also writes and presents training material for the legal profession on Mental Health & Wellbeing in the Workplace, Maternity, Paternity and Shared Parental Leave Rights, amongst other topics.
Leah also volunteers extensively in the Dementia arena as well as with Young Carers and Vulnerable Adults with CHUMS Charity.
With extensive experience working with the elderly, mentally impaired and vulnerable adults, alongside their families, Leah enjoys assisting clients with later life planning, including Wills, Trusts and Lasting Powers of Attorney.
In her spare time, Leah loves keeping fit through a variety of exercise classes such as strength training and zumba. She is obsessed with all things Disney and an avid collector of Disney Snowglobes.
Being a Business Owner is not easy!
You may be great at what you do (we are sure you are, that’s why you have your own business, right!?) but when it comes to running a business…when do we learn (or have time for!) that?
That is where Leah can step in and take away the stress; from Terms & Conditions of Business, Service Agreements, Data Protection, Confidentiality Agreements through to engaging with Freelancers, Sub-Contractors and even taking on Employees, Leah can take the reins and set out exactly what you NEED and get it in place for you, leaving you to do what you are good at.
Leah understands just what it means to be in the thick of it and running your business with little time, or head space, to concentrate on the legalities that protect you and your business – from getting paid to ensuring your staff matters are dealt with.
So, if you are looking for honest, cost-effective advice to give you what you NEED to ensure your business runs smoothly, you get paid on time and are protected should any staff issues arise…let’s have a chat!