We have built a team of trusted barristers and solicitors who share our belief in social justice. Each is highly qualified, many coming from prestigious Oxbridge and Russell Group universities, and between them, they cover a wealth of experience from large city, corporate and international law firms. They are now dedicated to covering all aspects of employment law to bring legal justice to the workplace. This pool of high calibre expertise allows us to select the right person to represent your case and ensure the best possible results.
Amit has been a qualified solicitor for over a decade practicing at a range of companies, from top 500 legal firms to niche Solicitors’ practices. He also brings with him real world business experience from a number of sectors and holds degrees in biomedical science, law, and employment law. Amit is committed to bringing this experience, along with previous charity work representing victims of human trafficking and slavery, into the commercial employment arena.
Amit is an employment and discrimination specialist having been instructed on hundreds of discrimination and unfair dismissal claims over the last ten years. He is listed on the Human Trafficking & Modern Slavery Expert Directory, is regularly endorsed by Employment Judges and Barristers, and frequently receives instructions to act for other legal firms and solicitors. Amit still oversees every single case that comes through Atkinson Rose.
It is always a pleasure working with Amit Patel. A skilled negotiator and always sensitive to the human dimension and emotional backdrop invariably present in employment disputes, Amit works round the clock to get the best results for his clients.
Eirwen-Jane Peirrot, Equality and Human Rights Commission
Amit has instructed me in over 60 employment cases over the years. He always works incredibly hard for his clients, is both thorough and innovative in presenting their cases and is an exceptional negotiator. He often gets clients not only excellent results but results above and beyond all sensible expectations.
Jason Braier, Barrister