Best Unfair Dismissal Lawyers in Sydney

Best Unfair Dismissal Lawyers in Sydney
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Below is a list of the top and leading Unfair Dismissal Lawyers in Sydney. To help you find the best Unfair Dismissal Lawyers located near you in Sydney, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

This article is updated every 3-4 months.

Sydney’s Best Unfair Dismissal Lawyers:

The top rated Unfair Dismissal Solicitors in Sydney are:

  • Ben O’Sullivan – O’Sullivan Legal
  • Chris McArdle – McArdle Legal
  • Danny King – Danny King Legal

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O’Sullivan Legal

Ben O’Sullivan - O’Sullivan Legal
Ben O’Sullivan – O’Sullivan Legal

Ben O’Sullivan is an experienced lawyer who holds a Masters of Applied Family Law. Ben is passionate about pursuing justice for his clients.

Prior to starting O’Sullivan Legal, Ben worked for a leading specialist family law firm in Sydney, and represented clients covering property and children’s matters in family law, and matters in the child-care and protection jurisdiction in New South Wales. Ben has gained further experience working as a criminal defence lawyer and is now undertaking a Master of Laws (Criminal Practice) at Wollongong University.

Products/Services:

Unfair Dismissal, Employment Law, Property & Finances, Family Law, Parenting Law, Child Custody, Divorce Lawyer, Family Law for Dads, Family Law for Mums, Same sex Divorce, Criminal Law

LOCATION:

AddressSuite 15, Level 2/123 Clarence St, Sydney NSW 2000
Phone: (02) 8079 5200
Website: www.osullivanlegal.com.au

REVIEWS:

“I used this family law solicitor firm 3 times and they always helped me with my court cases in Sydney. They have affordable prices and friendly lawyers. ” -Ashley Engels

McArdle Legal

Chris McArdle - McArdle Legal
Chris McArdle – McArdle Legal

Chris McArdle is one of approximately forty lawyers in New South Wales accredited by the Law Society of New South Wales as a specialist in Employment and Industrial Law. Chris has been in legal practice since 1988 and prior to that, served as a Commissioner of the Industrial Relations Commission of New South Wales. Chris acts for corporate and individual clients with a philosophy of preventing problems and increasing corporate efficiency. Chris has achieved a number of breakthroughs in the anti-discrimination, senior executive contracts, termination of employment, and ‘general protections’ jurisdictions.

Products/Services:

Employment Law, Unfair Dismissal, Mediation, Migration

LOCATION:

Address13/276 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000
Phone: (02) 8262 6200
Website: www.mcardlelegal.com.au

REVIEWS:

“My case was over quickly and also I’m happy with the result.” -Mama Vic

Danny King Legal

Danny King - Danny King Legal
Danny King – Danny King Legal

Danny King founded Danny King Legal in 2011, stepping away from a career in top-tier firms to go out on her own. Since then, Danny King Legal has transitioned from sole practitioner to an award-winning boutique employment firm in Sydney’s CBD.

The firm has received an impressive 8 Doyles Guide recommendations since 2015. Danny and the firm have been nominated in the Australian, Australasian and Women In Law Awards every year since 2016.

Products/Services:

Unfair Dismissal, Executive employment contracts, Parental leave and flexible workplace arrangements, Advice and guidance on bullying, discrimination and harassment, Underpayment of wages, Poor performance allegations and misconduct, Restraints of trade, non-solicit and confidentiality obligations, Negotiating termination or redundancy conditions

LOCATION:

Addresslevel 9/82 Elizabeth St, Sydney NSW 2000
Phone: (02) 9233 5669
Website: www.dannykinglegal.com

REVIEWS:

“Great staff from the admin team to the lawyers. Very knowledgeable and sympathetic.” -KY

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