Mohammed Adeel Paralegal

Speaks:  English

Primary office:  Birmingham

Areas of expertise:

Mohammed Adeel

Mohammed is an experienced paralegal based in the Employment, Labour and Equalities Team in the Birmingham office. His experience includes assisting clients with Employment Tribunal claims on unfair and wrongful dismissals, discrimination, victimisation and redundancy. Mohammed has also worked on an international injunction involving the theft of confidential information across eight different EU jurisdictions.

Mohammed has experience in representing clients during the ACAS Early Conciliation process. Mohammed values the importance of being able to provide legal support to clients at the outset ensuring the client is aware of the legal risks involved if an employee decides to issue proceedings against them. Mohammed enjoys the negotiation aspect of pre-litigated Tribunal claims and where possible, an amicable solution is reached for all parties concerned with the aim of minimising any commercial, financial and reputational risks for clients.

Mohammed has also built significant experience in working with clients in the financial services and energy sectors during complex restructuring and operational changes in the workforce. Mohammed project managed the employment aspect of the restructuring which consisted of negotiating with employee's solicitors and trade union representative when preparing settlement agreements. Mohammed takes great pride in ensuring there is minimal disruption to the clients business and that their commercial objectives are met efficiently and pragmatically.

Mohammed's experience extends to conducting Gender Pay Gap (GPG) reviews and assisting clients with their reporting obligations, as well as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance. Mohammed also takes a keen interest in issues relating to Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) and has worked closely with a number of clients across different industries and sectors in helping them implement D&I strategies and solutions which make a sustainable difference to their business and their workforce. Mohammed regularly assists clients with Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs) and conducts reviews of DSARs on behalf of clients.

Career & Recognition

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  • 2018

    • Career
      October 2018
      Gowling WLG (UK), paralegal
  • 2017

    • Career
      January 2017
      Pinsent Masons LLP, paralegal
  • 2016

    • Career
      November 2016
      Hogan Lovells LLP, paralegal
    • Education
      University of Law, LPC and Masters in Business Law and Management (MSc)
  • 2015

    • Education
      University of Birmingham, LLB Law (with Honors)