Stefan Liberadzki

I have represented claimants from all walks of life in employment tribunals. My experience includes cases of unfair dismissal, constructive dismissal, discrimination, whistleblowing (protected disclosures) and unpaid wages. If you believe you may have a claim against your employer, or you have a case that is already in court or tribunal, please contact me to discuss your needs.

My approach

I recognise that being involved in a legal dispute can be a stressful experience. You can expect straightforward practical advice from me to help make the process as clear as possible.

Unlike a solicitor, I do not manage clients’ cases on their behalf: you will still need to gather documents and correspond with the other side yourself. I will instead offer my services where you most need them – which may take the form of advice, drafting or representation in court. This way of working enables you to keep legal costs under control.

Litigation can also be expensive, but I aim to be cost-effective and transparent about fees. I will always discuss fees with you before undertaking work, and wherever possible I will try to agree a fixed fee with you in advance.

My work

I have extensive experience in the areas of employment, property and housing law. I have been practising in these fields for over four years since I qualified as a barrister.

About me

I work as a self-employed barrister at 42 Bedford Row Chambers. I can help you at all stages of a legal dispute, including by:

  • Advising you on the strength of your case and what outcomes you can expect from it
  • Helping you to negotiate a favourable settlement
  • Drafting formal documents for use in litigation
  • Representing you in court or tribunal if your dispute cannot be resolved informally

What my clients say

“Within my twenty years of dealing with a variety of lawyers, very few have come across the way that Stefan presents himself and his client, putting their interests and welfare first”.

– Mr P, a claimant who I represented in the Employment Tribunal and helped to achieve a favourable settlement through mediation

Professional & academic

I studied Law at Cambridge University and took the Bar Professional Training Course at Kaplan Law School. I am a member of the Employment Law Bar Association and the Social Housing Law Association.

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