Employment Law Solicitors Wolverhampton 

Why choose Spencer Shaw Solicitors 
 
We believe that it is our job as solicitors to make the law accessible to you, our client. We aim to make the process simple by helping you to understand your options and supporting you to find a solution that suits you, as swiftly as possible. 
 
Our commitment to you is that we will: 
be professional 
give you clear and accurate legal advice 
talk to you in plain English 
give you clear information about the cost of working with us 
provide you with excellent standards of care 
In December 2019 we received Lexcel accreditation - the Law Society's legal practice quality mark, promoting excellence in client service and practice management. Read more about the Law Society's feedback in our blog. 
Clients have rated us on ReviewSolicitors as providing Excellent value for money. 
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Working with clients in Wolverhampton 
 
We offer advice remotely by videolink, email and phone. While clients are welcome to visit our offices in Birmingham, we realise that most clients prefer the ease of receiving advice without having to leave their home or office, avoiding extra time on a commute. This also allows you to choose the solicitor that offers the best service, rather than being limited by location. 
 
Should your case go to the Employment Tribunal, we are well placed to support you, being 1.5 miles from the Midlands (West) Employment Tribunal in the centre of Birmingham. 
 
Employment in Wolverhampton 
 
While the main city centre falls outside of the Black Country area, some districts of Wolverhampton fall within the traditional coalfields. Because of this, Wolverhampton has traditionally been known for manufacture. In recent years the service sector has come to dominate, accounting for almost three quarters of employment, with roles such as administration, education, health, finance and IT. Manufacturing is still the second largest industry in Wolverhampton. 
 
The city has a population of 260,000 - 38% of people are employed full time, 11% employed part time and 5% self-employed. 14% of the population is retired, and the city has more over 60s than under 15s. 8% of workers in Wolverhampton work from home. 
 
Your nearest Employment Tribunal 
 
Cases are usually heard at the nearest tribunal or hearing centre, based upon the employer's post code. The tribunal service may also consider availability and convenience in allocating a hearing venue.  
 
The nearest tribunal to Wolverhampton is the Midlands (West) Employment Tribunal, based in Birmingham City Centre at Centre City Tower, 5-7 Hill Street, B5 4UU: 
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Solicitor was friendly and approachable. Detailed and thorough examination of severance settlement. Very helpful and would recommend. 
 
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Get in touch 

Do you have a legal matter you'd like to discuss with us? Get in touch using the details below or use the form here and a member of our team will be in touch to discuss your enquiry. 
Phone: 0121 452 5130 
Address: Spencer Shaw Solicitors Limited 
Vancouver House, 111 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B16 8LB 
Opening hours: 
Monday - Friday 9:00AM - 5:00PM 
Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays - Closed 
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