Jenna Hunter – Director
Jenna Hunter, founder of Hunter Law began her legal career with law firm Kingsford Stacey Blackwell dealing with civil litigation.
After qualifying as a solicitor in 2004, Jenna subsequently worked in the employment law departments of leading Kent practices ASB Law and Whitehead Monckton, and employment law and HR consultancy Outset Employment.
Today, Jenna and her team provide retained advice for large employers with offices across the UK to ad hoc assignments for individuals and businesses.
Hunter Law prides itself on being able to work to testing deadlines, often beyond standard working hours, and welcomes face-to-face meetings either at the firm’s offices in Maidstone or client premises. Contact:email@example.com
Emma Patchett – Solicitor
Emma qualified as a solicitor in 1999 having previously studied for a BA and Masters in Classics. She brings a wealth of experience and specialism in employment law to the Hunter Law team.
Emma started her employment law career at what is now Squire Patton Boggs, before joining Furley Page and then becoming a founder member of the team who launched the Outset Group. In more recent years she has broadened her business experience through applying her skills to other commercial interests in property and logistics.
She is now supporting Hunter Law’s expansion into the West Midlands.
When not busy networking and dealing with clients, Emma loves walking with friends and spending time outdoors. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Catherine Hayman – Administrator
Catherine previously worked in the recruitment industry.
In her spare time she enjoys music, reading, spending time with her family and getting over to France as much as she can. Contact:email@example.com
Jane Smith – Solicitor
Jane, who qualified as a solicitor in 2006, has a track record of successfully
representing a broad range of clients from individuals to large international corporates.
Says Jenna Hunter, founding partner at Hunter Law: “Jane shares our forensic focus on really understanding a client’s business, and offering practical and cost-efficient commercial outcomes.”
Jane will provide advice and assistance on all aspects of contentious and non-contentious employment, help with HR and people management issues, and offer representation and support during the litigation process.
Hinal Carson – Solicitor
Hinal Carson qualified as a solicitor in 2008 and has a breadth of experience in employment law matters.
Hinal enjoys acting for both employers and individuals and has a range of expertise including advising clients on disciplinary and grievance issues and procedures, strategic advice around exiting employees, restructures and redundancy procedures, advice on day to day HR issues including advice on statutory and contractual entitlements and Employment Tribunal litigation.