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Henrietta studied Philosophy at the University of Leeds and graduated in 2014. After completing her GDL, LPC and Masters at the University of Law, Henrietta worked at the Nursing and Midwifery Council as a regulatory investigator. She was then a paralegal in the Regulatory department at Shoosmiths before joining Hempsons in 2019.
Henrietta began as a paralegal in the Healthcare Advisory team at Hempsons before starting her Training contract in March 2022. She is now a qualified Solicitor in the Employment team.
More about Henrietta
I am a member of Leeds rowing club and I have competed at Women’s Eights Head of the River twice and at Women’s Henley Regatta in June 2023.
I am part of the Social Committee in the Harrogate office.
The clients she works with
- NHS hospital trusts
- care homes
- Legal Practitioner Course and LLM in law (2017)
- Graduate Diploma in Law (2016)
- Philosophy BA (2014)
Two new employment regulations, affecting maternity, paternity, adoption, shared parental and carer's leave come into force on 6 April.
The Government’s new five-point package of measures for the immigration system has been given a timeline
The new immigration system comes into effect in April 2024. In this article we look at the key dates for visa holders.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has published guidance on the handling of worker health data with the aim of providing advice and examples of good practice.
On 4 December the Government announced new changes to the immigration system that are due to come into effect next spring.
What’s new in employment law? Solicitor Henrietta Donnelly examines the updated guidance issued by the arbitration service ACAS on managing sickness absence.
This case serves as a reminder to employers that they need to be aware of the way in which the symptoms of menopause can impact performance and how this should be appropriately managed.
This case illustrates the distinction between ‘dismissal’ and ‘termination by mutual consent’.
The Government’s immigration guidance has been updated recently, impacting both employers and their employees within the social care sector.
This recent judgment provides a useful indication of how an Employment Tribunal could view the use of language and swearwords in cases of gender reassignment discrimination.
In an unprecedented decision a Judge in the Court of Protection proceedings P (Discharge of Party), Re, has discharged the mother of the person who is the subject of these proceedings.