Waterfront is very pleased to welcome Anthony Purvis to our employment team. Anthony specialises in all aspects of contentious and non-contentious employment law.
After completing the Bar Vocational Course, Anthony trained with Dundas & Wilson LLP before qualifying as a solicitor in October 2008. He has experience acting for both businesses and individuals on a wide range of employment related issues.
“I am very excited about joining Waterfront’s employment team, which is going from strength to strength. I look forward to building on the success already achieved and to guiding my clients through the minefield that can be employment law.”
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