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Constantine law elevates employment practice with new recruits

Constantine law elevates employment practice with new recruits


The firm, renowned for its consultant-led approach in employment and regulatory law, announced two significant additions to its team: Fiona Hewitt, joining as a partner, and Emma Dubar, as a solicitor

These appointments mark a strategic expansion, positioning Constantine Law as a formidable force in the legal landscape, particularly in the realm of employment law.

Fiona Hewitt, an esteemed figure in the legal arena, brings with her over two decades of experience, garnered from her tenure at Neves Solicitors. With expertise spanning diverse areas such as restrictive covenants, partnership disputes, and business restructuring, Fiona Hewitt's arrival bolsters Constantine Law's proficiency in navigating complex employment matters. Additionally, her accreditation as a mediator underscores her commitment to alternative dispute resolution.

Noteworthy is Fiona Hewitt's dedication to advancing diversity and inclusion within the legal profession. Her recognition as a nominee for Disputes Lawyer of the Year at the Women and Diversity in Law Awards highlights her tireless efforts in this regard. Through her involvement in various organisations, including the Law Society’s Disabled Solicitors’ Network and Changing Faces, she has championed the cause of underrepresented groups, amplifying their voices within the legal community.

Accompanying Fiona Hewitt is Emma Dubar, whose five-year tenure at 3CS Corporate Solicitors has honed her expertise in employment law. Emma Dubar's proficiency in representing both businesses and senior executives, coupled with her extensive experience in Employment Tribunal proceedings, adds a dynamic dimension to Constantine Law's capabilities.

In welcoming the new recruits, Managing Partner John Hayes expressed confidence in their ability to augment the firm's existing strengths. Hewitt's prowess in commercial dispute resolution and mediation, in particular, enhances the depth of Constantine Law's employment team. Moreover, Hayes emphasised the firm's commitment to providing a conducive and progressive work environment, free from the constraints of traditional legal structures.

At the core of Constantine Law's success lies its unique approach, blending experienced in-house solicitors with consultant-led partners. This collaborative model enables the firm to offer tailored solutions to clients, backed by a wealth of expertise and agility. As Constantine Law continues to attract top-tier talent like Fiona Hewitt and Emma Dubar, it reaffirms its position as a leading player in the ever-evolving legal landscape, poised to meet the diverse needs of its clients with precision and dedication.