Harsha Moore started work at the Commission for Racial Equality in 1996 …, after qualifying as a solicitor in 1997, She moved to Camden Community Law Centreas their Employment Solicitor and then to Thompsons, the national union firm as an employment solicitor specialising in discrimination work. She subsequently opened her own business in 2007.
Harsha continues to undertake mainly claimant based employment work, covering all aspects from disciplinaries, grievances and capability proceedings through to Employment Tribunal claims for discrimination, unfair dismissals, redundancy issues, whistleblowing etc.and Employment Appeal Tribunals.
Valerie Thompson–Sparks has had over 20 years’ experience working in the field of immigration, both in the community and private sector, during which time she has developed knowledge and experience in a wide variety of immigration matters.
Her services include assisting individuals and families outside the UK with applications for visits; join family members, study and work. For those in the UK her services include extending their leave, gaining settlement and applying for British citizenship.
Referrals from current/past clients and organisations speak of her warm, down-to earth personality which makes them feel comfortable to contact her, regardless of the simplicity or complexity of their matter.
- Legal Practice Course, University of Westminster
- LLB (Hons) Birkbeck, University of London
- A. Public and Social Administration, Brunel University
- A. (Language and Linguistics, University of the West Indies, Kingston.
- Blavo & Co Solicitors
- Camden Community Law Centre
- Newham Community Renewal Programme Refugee Support Project
- English, fluent
- French (reasonably proficient)
- Some Spanish