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All rights reserved. BarrCo Solicitors is the trading name of BarrCo Limited.

Authorised and Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority: 551420 :

Registered Company in England and Wales: 7346373

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Mags Trench
Employment Law

Mags has specialised in employment law since 2001.  She established BarrCo Solicitors in 2007, an award winning niche firm of expert employment lawyers.

 

She is described by her clients as a genuine and no-nonsense lawyer, providing expert advice and knowledge, in a clear and straightforward manner. While being highly professional and easy to deal with, she also has a great sense of humour.

 

Mags has a Masters Degree in employment law, is a Member of the Employment Lawyers Association, holds a practising certificate with the Law Society of England and Wales and is an active member of BNI Caterham Chapter.

Alex Kleanthous
Employment Law

Alex is a sharp and tenacious problem-solver specialising in contentious and non-contentious employment, TUPE and advice on team moves. Alex advises both employees and employers on all areas of employment law. Many of his personal clients are high net worth individuals, directors, bankers, brokers and dealers from the financial services industry. Alex achieves effective commercial results for his clients, whether through negotiation, mediation or litigation.

Natalie Moore
Office Manager

Margaret-Anne is a diligent and focused individual, with a lively, personable manner. She has become an excellent employment lawyer with the ability to apply the law practically and commercially; qualities greatly valued by her clients”

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Dr Murray Fairclough, Legal Services Director, Abbey Protection Group Limited

Mags has a no nonsense approach and makes things happen. If you have a challenge and want someone to expedite it I would recommend you give her a call"

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Paul Delaney

We have to thank you for your unstinting hard work - we always knew it was better going into battle with a tank rather than a pea-shooter"

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