Employment Solicitors for Prospect Trade Union Members

Working together with Prospect, Slater & Gordon Lawyers, formerly Russell Jones & Walker has developed a bespoke legal service to Prospect members to ensure their rights at work are protected.

As a Prospect member, you are entitled to legal advice or legal representation if you have problems at your workplace. However, you should approach your union representative first.

Most cases will be dealt with entirely by Prospect, who will decide whether any further specialist advice is required.

Employment Law Services for Prospect Members:

  • Discrimination claims: sexual orientation, pregnancy/maternity, equal pay, race, religion/belief, disability, age, health and safety and trade union victimisation, whistleblowing.
  • Dismissal: unfair dismissal, redundancy entitlements, TUPE cases.
  • Pay and conditions: unlawful deductions, breach of contract, pensions claims, intellectual property rights.

Prospect terms apply to all legal services. For further information please visit the Prospect Guide to Legal Services on the Prospect website.

Please note it is a member site only so you will need your membership number and password.

Employment Team at Slater & Gordon Lawyers

Slater & Gordon, formerly Russell Jones & Walker, employment team has a national reputation and is independently recognised as one of the UK's leading employment firms. Our commitment is to make sure Prospect members' rights at work are protected.

Our standing in the eyes of the profession is confirmed by the consistently high rankings that we achieve in legal directories. Chambers and Partners guide to the UK legal profession ranks Slater & Gordon's employment department as the top firm acting for employees in the UK, while the Legal 500 recommends us as one of the top tier firms.

The department has been selected 'Employment Team of the Year' at The Lawyer magazine's annual awards a record-breaking three times from 2000, and played key part in winning the National Law Firm of the Year in 2009.