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Rehana Azib named by The Lawyer as one of the top 3 most active female juniors at the Employment Bar

Date: July 5, 2019

An article published by The Lawyer on 3 July 2019 focuses on gender equality at the employment Bar. Within the arcticle it looks at the busiest female juniors in the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) by number of cases, using data from it’s Litigation Tracker.

We are delighted to see that Rehana Azib has been listed as one of the top 3 busiest female juniors in the EAT.

An extract from The Lawyer article is detailed below:

If we look at the 10 busiest female juniors by cases in the EAT, it quickly becomes apparent that they are mostly being instructed to appear on behalf of claiming parties (usually individuals) rather than on behalf of corporate respondents. The 10 busiest female juniors are:

  • Nabila Mallick, (1992), No5 Chambers (nine cases, 11 case days)
  • Betsan Criddle (2002), Old Square (eight cases, nine case days)
  • Rehana Azib (2003) 2 Temple Gardens (eight cases, 12 case days)
  • Rachel Kamm (2006), 11KBW (eight cases, eight case days)
  • Naomi Cunningham (1994), Outer Temple (eight cases, 11 case days)
  • Katherine Apps (2006), formerly of Littleton (joined 39 Essex Chambers in 2018), seven cases, 14 case days
  • Naomi Ling (2001), Outer Temple, (six cases, ten case days)
  • Dee Masters (2004), Cloisters (six cases, seven case days)
  • Lydia Seymour (1997) Outer Temple (six cases, 11 case days)
  • Melanie Tether (1995), Old Square (six cases, 12 case days

 

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