Head of Employment & Regulatory
Roger qualified as a solicitor in 2001. Most recently he worked for Napthens Solicitors before joining Harrison Drury Solicitors in 2009 to head up provision of its Employment Law services. He advises businesses on the full range of day to day HR issues and provides Employment Tribunal representation. He also advises on the employment aspects of business sales and acquisitions.Roger is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association and regularly presents seminars and in-house training to clients.
Roger is a former rugby player having played outside half for Chester RUFC and more recently Ormskirk RUFC. Having hung up his rugby boots, he is now a keen long distance runner.
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