Lydia Seymour has a specialist employment and pensions law practice.
Comments in the legal directories include: “calm, thoughtful and a great advocate”, “extremely insightful and a very creative thinker”, and “thorough, thoughtful and commercial”.
Seymour has substantial experience of employment and discrimination cases at all levels, with particular expertise in cases from the public sector, transport and financial services. She has been ranked by Chambers and Partners as a leading junior in employment law every year since 2005.
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