Tim Forer

Barrister
Contact details

023 8085 7432

Tim Forer is a specialist in contentious employment matters, including advisory and advocacy work. He appears regularly in Employment Tribunal hearings and in courts martial, and offers extensive knowledge of the marine sector and its related employment issues.

Chambers and Partners 2019

Tim is highly experienced in employment law and specialises in advocacy. He also provides practical, commercial advice to organisations. Tim is a supervisor of Employment Tribunal work amongst other matters.

Main areas of practice

He has specialised in advocacy since his earlier career with the Royal Navy as an officer and a barrister, where he regularly appeared in Courts Martial, and more recently in private practice where he represents clients at employment tribunals, including the Employment Appeal Tribunal.

 

Expertise

Career

Tim joined Blake Morgan in May 2011. He was called to the Bar in 1993.

Contact details

023 8085 7432

Accreditations
Top Tier Firms
Memberships
  • Employment Law Bar Association

Additional Expertise

Seminars: Tim regularly speaks on employment law and related matters at seminars and workshops.

Quotes


Tim Forer is singled out for his adept handling of contentious respondent work.

Legal 500 2018

He is very commercially aware and gives pragmatic advice. He is highly knowledgeable and provides great customer service.

Chambers UK 2018

Insights by Tim


articles

6 November - Tim Forer

The Charity Commission recently published its annual report into the whistleblowing disclosures it received between 1 April 2018 and 31 March 2019 and included a significant change to its whistleblowing...

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17 December - Tim Forer

This article was originally published on 17 December 2018 and updated on 5 February 2019 It's being hailed by the Government as the "largest upgrade in workers' rights in over...

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26 July - Tim Forer

Tim Forer, partner in the Employment law team at Blake Morgan commented "Whilst the principle of access to justice is extremely important, this decision by the Supreme Court is blow...

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