Anna Macey acts and advises on a wide range of employment and personal injury law disputes, and also practices in education and professional disciplinary law.
Macey acts for claimants and respondents in all areas of employment law. She has experience of a range of hearings including breach of contract, all types of dismissal, all types of discrimination, protected disclosure and TUPE. Macey has experience of conducting multi-day hearings, including successfully acting for a respondent in a 10-day protected disclosure case. She has appeared in several EAT cases.
Prior to practising at the Bar, Macey was employed for more than two years as an employment tribunal advocate. In addition to gaining extensive advocacy experience, she was responsible for all aspects of litigation, gaining significant experience in drafting pleadings and witness statements.
Macey has an LLM in Labour Law from the London School of Economics, and has published numerous articles about employment law.
Macey joined Kings Chambers in 2013 having previously practised in London. She completed her pupillage at a PI specialist set where she gained significant experience of all aspects of personal injury law, including RTAs, employers’ liability, occupiers’ liability, public liability and slipping claims.
Macey has experience of small claims and fast-track trials, primarily focusing on road traffic litigation. She is also experienced in claims before the MOJ Portal, and interim applications in more complex multi-track cases. She also has experience in appeals before the Criminal Injuries Compensation Appeal Panel, and is keen to expand this area of her practice. Macey’s practice includes advising on liability, quantum and procedural issues, and drafting statements of case.
She acts for claimant and defendants, and is happy to receive instructions on a CFA basis.
Macey participates in the Baby Barrister T Sol scheme, where she advises the prison service on PI claims brought by prisoners and prison officers.
She has published several articles in the Personal Injury Law Journal and the Personal Injury Brief Update Law Journal.
Macey has experience representing parents of disabled children before the First Tier Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal, and has experience of all aspects of special educational needs law relating to Parts 2, 3 and 4. She also has experience of admissions and exclusions hearings, having previously served as a panel member and chair of an Independent Appeal Panel in London, where she gained particular experience of the many different rules which apply to the admissions to different types of maintained schools.
Macey has appeared in interim and final hearings before the Nursing and Midwifery Council, and the Health Professions Council. Her experience includes representing a nurse on bail for manslaughter at an interim hearing before the NMC, and representing an occupational therapist accused of lying about her qualifications before the HPC. Macey has also provided advice to doctors about hearings before the General Medical Council.
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This material was sourced from the Kings Chambers website.
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