Bronya Greatrex

Bronya qualified as a solicitor in September 2018, prior to joining Hempsons.

Bronya has a keen interest in litigious work particularly in employment and the employment appeals tribunal and has advised a range of clients including NHS trusts, Royal Colleges and charities through the tribunal process. Bronya has particular experience in defending unfair dismissal and discrimination claims.

Bronya is also regularly involved in settlement negotiations both pre-termination and during the tribunal process and provides specialist advice to NHS trusts on the approval requirements.

Bronya can also advise on day-to-day employment queries including redundancy, internal management processes including disciplinaries and grievances, sickness management and drafting employment documentation.

Bronya has previous experience in professional regulatory work having worked in-house at a large professional regulatory body within the healthcare sector.

Main areas of expertise

  • unfair dismissal
  • discrimination
  • restructuring and redundancies
  • contract issues/disputes
  • employment tribunal claims

The clients Bronya works with

  • public sector organisations
  • private sector organisations
  • individuals
  • charities


  • Level 2 Certificate in Mental Health Awareness (VRQ) (2018)
  • Legal Practice Course (Distinction) (2014)
  • BA (Hons) Jurisprudence (2013)

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