- Solicitor, Employment Law

Aneeqa Ali - Employment Law Solicitor - Wimbledon, London
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Based in: Wimbledon


Employment Law


Aneeqa joined Simpson Millar in 2011 as a paralegal in the Personal Injury Department. In 2012, Aneeqa commenced her training in personal injury. Aneeqa dealt with all types of personal injury claims and continues to provide assistance in occupational stress, bullying and harassment cases. She also has experience in dealing with fatal road traffic accidents and Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority claims. As part of her training, Aneeqa completed seats in the Employment Department and the Community Care/Education Department with Simpson Millar LLP.

Aneeqa recently qualified as a Solicitor in the Employment Department. She assists on all aspects of employment tribunal claims including unfair dismissal, disability discrimination, redundancy and breach of contract. She also provides training in various employment law topics.

Aneeqa also undertook a secondment at the House of Commons with Chuka Umunna MP, the Shadow Secretary of State for Business Innovation & Skills and Ian Murray MP, the Shadow Minister for Employment Relations, Consumer & Postal Affairs. She provided extensive advice and research into upcoming employment law policies and developments.

Prior to joining Simpson Millar LLP, Aneeqa was employed as a Paralegal in the Employment Department at the Treasury Solicitor’s Department representing different government departments. She then moved to gain Claimant experience at Russell Jones & Walker (now Slater & Gordon) where she worked on various high profile cases such as the group action by the Gurkhas, whistleblowing claims against the NHS and various discrimination claims at the Employment Tribunal and the Employment Appeal Tribunal.


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I found myself in a dreadful position, I had been instantly dismissed for whistleblowing. This was a complicated case as it was whistleblowing re: sexual abuse, so many feel powerless in such a position, I did, and so did the person it happened to. You have to be the most attentive and patient solicitor I've ever known. You guided me extremely well through this process of 'a battle against an injustice'. You've a great amount of patience and every single time I called you, you always answered me back and always gave me moral support. We spoke so much I made a joke and said, "What will I do when this is all over, as you became a huge amount of support in my life. A few lines aren't enough to say how much I appreciate your support and guidance and your powerful professionalism during such a difficult time. We don't have enough of this type of commitment in the world today - but I did with you. I was so lucky to have you.

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