1COR Quarterly Medical Law Review – Winter 2019/20 – Issue 4 - Mar 2020
Employment & Equality
Jo frequently appears for HMRC in minimum wage enforcement proceedings. She gained substantial experience in employment law during pupillage, working on cases before the Employment Tribunal and the Employment Appeals Tribunal. She was also involved in a variety of sports-related employment cases.
Jo first developed an interest in employment law while serving as an elected trade union branch officer. She has carried out employment work on a pro bono basis for the Free Representation Unit (FRU). Listen to Jo discuss full disclosure of convictions for sex workers on episode 28 of our podcast Law Pod UK here.
- Fraser-Wright v Peterborough City Council: Representing the defendant in this claim where a job reference written in respect of a former employee was alleged to be a negligent misstatement, resulting in a loss of future work. Successfully defending the case on causation.
- Kelly’s Nails v HMRC: Representing HMRC, recovering sums owed to employees following failure to pay the national minimum wage. The employer’s appeal against the notice was brought after the statutory deadline. Successfully arguing that there was no statutory discretion to extend time and therefore the Employment Tribunal had no jurisdiction to consider the appeal.
Widening Participation with the Inner Temple and Warwick University - Feb 2020
Jo Moore discusses ‘Overcoming barriers: succeeding in the world while staying true to yourself’ at Sutton Trust Alumni Event - Jan 2020
David Manknell and Jo Moore successful in JR challenging Home Office decision-making - Jan 2020
Delighted to be awarded ‘Chambers Diversity & Inclusion Initiative of the Year’ at the UK Diversity Legal Awards 2019 - Nov 2019
Members of chambers participate in Inner Temple outreach day - Nov 2019
Join us at the Bar Council Pupillage Fair 2019 - Oct 2019
1COR hosts Sutton Trust students for an insight into life at the Bar - Oct 2019
Law Pod UK Ep. 94: A Rogue Prorogation? - Sep 2019
Use of banned substance ‘not intentional‘: Jo Moore represents rugby player before the National Anti-Doping Panel - Jul 2019
Listen to Jo Moore, Laura Bruce and Emma-Louise Fenelon discuss equality and diversity at the Bar on Law Pod UK - Jun 2019
Law Pod UK Ep 84: Widening Access at the Bar - Jun 2019
Jo Moore, Michael Spencer and Thomas Beamont volunteer at Roehampton University Mock Trial - May 2019
Sarabjit Singh QC and Jo Moore successfully defend British Nationality judicial review claims - May 2019
Six members of chambers participate in Inner Temple outreach events - Apr 2019
Richard Booth QC to chair AvMA’s Medico-Legal Issues in Accident & Emergency Care Conference - Mar 2019
Five members volunteer at Inner Temple’s ‘Becoming a Barrister’ day - Feb 2019
Jo Moore & Judith Rogerson enjoy an evening of networking with Pathways to Law students - Feb 2019
Jim Duffy and Jo Moore appointed to the Attorney General’s C Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown - Jan 2019
Jo Moore and Amy Mannion speak on panel about Pathways to Law at the London School of Economics - Jan 2019
The Kenyan Emergency Group Litigation is at an end - Nov 2018
Proud to partner with The Sutton Trust to positively impact social mobility through their extensive programmes - Oct 2018
Guy Mansfield QC upholds Kenya Emergency Group Litigation judgment in Court of Appeal - Oct 2018
Congratulate Jo Moore as the new head of Outreach at 1COR - Jul 2018
1COR members featured in the latest AvMA Newsletter - Apr 2018
Law Pod UK Ep. 28: No More Full Disclosure for Women Forced into Sex Work - Mar 2018
Jo Moore and Emma-Louise Fenelon instructed in a recent inquest in Winchester - Nov 2017
Jo Moore joins Sport Resolutions pro bono panel - Aug 2017