Gary Self - Employment and Discrimination

Gary Self - Employment and Discrimination profile

Gary has been described in the Legal 500 as being "Highly technical and commercial with excellent advocacy skills" and "very good, one of the best on the Western Circuit for employment" and further by Chambers UK 2014 as ‘ a leader in the field’ of Employment matters.

Gary has a proven track record of success across the whole range of employment related disputes. He makes regular appearances in Employment Tribunals around the UK acting for substantial organisations in both the public and private sector as well as for individual claimants. He has extensive experience of employment disputes within the police. Gary has a great deal of litigation experience in complex discrimination issues. As an Employment Judge of some ten years Gary is able to bring a wealth of experience to any dispute.

In addition Gary has often dealt with restraint of trade cases in the County and High Court as well as other employment related commercial disputes. He has also appeared before the appropriate appellate courts.



Year of call: 1991
  • Employment Tribunal Judge
Areas of specialism:
  • Business and Commercial
  • Children Private Law
  • Children Public Law
  • Employment and Discrimination
  • Family Finance
  • Public Access and Direct Access
Professional associations:
  • Employment Lawyers Association
Outside Interests:
  • Gary has a strong interest in all sports. He spends time refereeing and coaching rugby union now that his youth is a distant memory. His best recollection was that he was an outstanding player in his time but accepts that the mind can play tricks!