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Meet the Team : Jennifer Platt

Jennifer Platt

I am a Senior Associate in the Employment team with a wide range of experience across different sectors. I advise in relation to all Employment Law and HR matters.

I have significant experience of dealing with Employment Tribunal litigation in relation to unfair dismissal, discrimination and whistleblowing on behalf of employers and employees.

Joined SAS Daniels: 2020

What people say about me:

“I found Jennifer’s advice, professionalism, reliable and attentive service to be a great comfort and reassurance during what could have been a difficult time. Her expertise and experience is beyond question in employment related matters. I would have no hesitation to recommend her for such services” - Private client, Cheshire.

“I’ve worked with Jennifer on a number of projects. She has always proved to be really helpful and accurate in the way she dealt with the advice she gave. Jennifer developed a good working relationship with staff in a friendly and efficient manner” - Business client, Manchester.

Why I'm no ordinary professional:

So far during my career, in addition to being an external adviser in private practice, I have been an internal adviser in-house for a higher education provider. I also have experience of operational and strategic employment-related matters acting in the capacity of trustee for a Manchester-based charity. Therefore I have a well-rounded approach to advising on employment law having been in the employer’s shoes. I am focussed on achieving positive outcomes for clients and giving down to earth, practical advice.

Get in touch

Phone: 0161 475 7669

A bit about me

What’s the best place you’ve visited and why?

The best place I have visited is Rwanda where I went to trek gorillas in the wild.

If you weren’t a lawyer what would you be doing?

“I would be a dog walker because I love dogs and getting out in the fresh air. It would have the added benefit of allowing me to spend more time with my dog Ziggy!”

If we pressed play on your ipod what would we hear?

Something by David Bowie.