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Posted by Tina Chander on 22 February 2021

Tina Chander - Head of Employment Law
Tina Chander Partner - Head of Employment Law
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Tina Chander

Partner - Head of Employment Law

Tina is head of our employment law team. She deals with contentious and non-contentious employment law issues.

Tina Chander

Tina is head of our employment law team. She deals with contentious and non-contentious employment law issues.

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