Race-claim barrister in dismissal appeal

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  • What has Aisha Bijlani got to lose?
    She is rightly defending her rights - this is a very dangerous place that 4 New Square finds itself.
    It is a matter of fact, that the reason why BMEs & women do not complain about this type of treatment is they fear the negative effect that this will have on their careers, and the consideration that they would not be able to get a job again in the legal industry - a reference is a very powerful weapon, it makes people accept terms & behaviour and that they wouldn't in normal circumstances.
    Once the employer loses this key weapon in their arsenal, you are bound to find a myriad of skeletons in the closet!

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  • The reporting on the ET trial dried up when allegations against the Claimant were brought up. Just bear this in mind before making comments and wait for the reporting of the EAT decision should her appeal make it to an oral hearing.
    With reference to the above comment - anyone no matter what their race are in the same position when faced with the awful reference weapon.

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