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LL.M, Human Rights Law
Legal Aid Supplier Number 181HG
Rachel Mellor is an integral part of Broadway House Chambers’ Employment Law, Civil Law and Family Law teams. Formerly a freelance advocate on the Midland and Western Circuits, she is a respected barrister who is a popular choice in cases involving complex areas of law.
Developments in Discrimination Law in 2011/12 (October 2012)
Broadway House Chambers’ annual Employment Law Conference, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Leeds. Rachel presented a review of the most important case law developments of the last year concerning Discrimination in employment.
Employment Tribunal Procedure – All Change (Broadway Quarterly, September 2012)
In this article, co-written with Paul Smith, Rachel explores the implications of the coalition government’s reform programme to Employment Law, Tribunals and procedure.
The Additional Paternity Leave Regulations 2010: Who’s The Daddy? – (2011)
Broadway House Chambers’ annual Employment Law Seminar, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Leeds (with Matthew Rudd). An analysis of the mechanics of the new Regulations alongside case studies.
Kernott v Jones: Determination of the Common Intention
(Broadway Quarterly, August 2010) Rachel discusses the implications of the Court of Appeal’s judgment in Kernott v Jones  EWCA Civ 578 on claims brought by formerly cohabiting couples under TOLATA.