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Juliette Sanderson Neil


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Juliette is a solicitor in our Employment and HR team based in our London office and advises businesses and individuals on all aspects of employment law.

About Juliette

Juliette graduated from King’s College London having read Religion, Philosophy and Ethics. Following university, she worked in the claims and wealth management departments of two large insurance and reinsurance companies. She then completed the Graduate Diploma in Law and the Legal Practice Course at BPP University Law School, London.

Juliette joined the Dispute Resolution team at Royds, now Royds Withy King, in November 2012 as a paralegal where she gained experience with a particular focus on personal injury, clinical negligence and permanent health insurance claims. Juliette trained at Royds and gained experience in private client law, family law, corporate and civil dispute resolution and employment law. She qualified as an employment solicitor at Royds Withy King in March 2017.

Juliette specialises in:

  • advising clients on a wide range of contentious and non-contentious employment matters
  • unfair dismissal, wrongful dismissal, whistleblowing and discrimination claims
  • settlement agreements
  • employment litigation claims in the Employment Tribunal and High Court
  • contracts of employment, policies and staff handbooks.

Juliette is also a member of the firm’s Business Immigration Team and advises businesses on applications for Skilled Worker sponsor licences, sponsoring employees under existing licences, Skilled Worker visa applications, sponsor duties and applications for Indefinite Leave to Remain.


Juliette is a member of The Law Society and The Employment Lawyers Association.

Employment law is a diverse and ever-changing area of law that most people can relate to. I take pride in obtaining the best results for my clients and enjoy advising both individuals and businesses in need of a rapid resolution to difficult issues.

Juliette Sanderson Neil

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