William McKay

Employment Mediation Litigation

William (Bill) McKay is a solicitor with experience in conducting employment law and civil litigation cases. He focusses on representing employers and employees in employment law matters and clients involved in litigation, as well as offering a mediation service to help parties resolve such disputes 'out of court'.

Bill is a committee member on The Law Society's influential Employment Law Committee. This committee is actively involved in reviewing and promoting reforms and developments in employment law and practice and in the tribunal system as well as in promoting the role of solicitors practising in employment law.

Bill qualified in 2000, after completing the Legal Practice Couse with commendation at Nottingham Law School and having completed his training contract with P.R Hanna. Solicitors in New Malden, Surrey. He then headed up an employment and civil litigation team at that firm and has conducted a variety of employment law matters. Since then he has acquired extensive experience in providing legal training and is co-author of 'Legal English', second edition (McKay, Charlton & Barsoum), published by Pearson Education (Longman). He has undertaken mediation training at Pepperdine University in California and worked for several months in a trial lawyer's office in California, USA.

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