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Joanna Scally


As a senior employment lawyer, Jo successfully leads our employment law services in Cambridge and specialises in all aspects of employment law.

Jo is excellent at business development and to her credit, has significantly grown the Cambridge office’s client-base. The Cambridge team are now instructed by over a third of the Cambridge Colleges, as well as a large Borough Council due to Jo’s tenacity and strength in relationship management.

Jo also acts for national and local companies and organisations in and around Cambridge. Although Jo carries out work for clients in various sectors including the technology, media and charity sectors, Jo is a key member of Greenwoods’ Education Sector as she has extensive experience of providing employment advice to clients in the education sector.

Clients like the fact that Jo is so personal, knowledgeable, yet provides unrivalled client care. Jo is also very commercial and can always be known to find a practical approach to clients’ solutions.

Jo is a confident litigator and has considerable experience in defending a wide variety of Tribunal claims and continues to impress with her advocacy skills. Jo also enjoys getting her teeth into complicated non-contentious matters, such as large-scale business reorganisations, change programmes and redundancy situations.

The team deliver a number of successful employment law training events in the city and are well known for their sell-out training events which includes ‘Big Issues’. Jo and the team also provide bespoke training to various organisations, as the need arises.

Jo has been recognised in the Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners for several years now and is a leading lawyer in the employment field in Cambridge.

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