Employment law is fast-paced and ever-changing. Now, more than ever, employers need clarity on the laws that affect their staff and their workplaces.
Charlotte Davies uses her technical expertise, perfected as a senior employment lawyer in City law firms and in-house, to provide clear, pragmatic and commercial advice. As a Senior Professional Support Lawyer, Charlotte knows that knowledge is power and she uses this to our clients’ advantage bringing them technical excellence, expert legal analysis and engaging training events.
“Greenwoods works hard at developing close relationships with the sector and provide really helpful training and networking events. The depth of their understanding of the nature of clients’ organisations increases the value of the advice they give.”
“The employment team at Greenwoods is exceptional – providing great events with up to the minute legal changes and guidance. The staff are very knowledgeable and always on hand to help. They are one of the easiest legal firms I have had to deal with and always one we can rely on to help us with a good result.”
Charlotte worked for 10 years as a senior employment lawyer for both City law firms and in-house in the financial services sector before becoming a Senior Professional Support lawyer for the Employment team at Greenwoods. During this time, she acted for employers across a variety of sectors – from technology, media and financial services to retail, health, charity and education – gaining significant experience in advising clients on all areas of employment law, including on complex litigious matters in the Employment Tribunal, the Employment Appeal Tribunal and the High Court.
Technically astute, Charlotte is highly skilled in the management of legal knowledge and equips all members of the firm’s Employment team with the specialist research, training and resources they need in order to deliver an outstanding service to clients.
Passionate about knowledge management, Charlotte seeks to promote and develop this practice across the firm believing that effective knowledge management is key to the provision of exceptional legal advice.
Clients rely on Charlotte’s expert and informative legal analysis when reading about the latest key developments in employment law – which will often have a direct impact on the way their business is run.
Clients also benefit from Charlotte’s training packages and conferences which cover the full variety of employment law issues. Her training has consistently received excellent feedback – particularly for her ability to translate technical legal issues into straightforward language – and has led to both repeat and new instructions.
As Chair of the firm’s Diversity, Fairness & Inclusion Forum, Charlotte leads on, and is passionate about, translating the firm’s commitment to diversity, fairness and inclusion into positive and practical actions.
As a trained Mental Health First Aider, Charlotte works with a team of other MHFAs to help ensure that the firm’s employees can all benefit from positive mental health. She is also a Mentor under the firm’s Mentor Programme.
Charlotte is a member of ELA, the UK’s Employment Lawyers Association. She is also a school Governor with responsibility for safeguarding and for promoting links with the Local Authority.