Camilla Belich

Camilla was admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand in 2007.  Since then Camilla has worked in employment law in both New Zealand and in England & Wales, qualifying as a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England & Wales in 2011.  Camilla has worked on several high-profile cases and multi-claimant or class action claims, including acting as Instructing Solicitor in the Court of Justice of the European Union in Z.J.R. Lock v British Gas Trading Ltd (Case C-539/12), a landmark case on interpreting the European Union Working Time Directive 2003/88 and prior to returning home to New Zealand was part of the award-winning Employment Law team at UNISON Legal Services in London (the Lawyer Awards: Employment Team of the year – Winner 2014, The Solicitors Journal Awards: Employment Team of the year – Winner 2016).  UNISON Legal Services have recently been successful in the judicial review of Employment Tribunal fees in R (UNISON) v Lord Chancellor [2017] UKSC 51.

Camilla joined Bartlett Law in 2017 and has experience providing high quality advice and representation for employees, small business owners, trade unions and large organisations.  Camilla also has a particular interest in employment discrimination claims including the emerging area of equal pay.  Camilla provides initial advice on prospects and representation including regularly attending mediations.  Camilla is also available to act as an investigator in employment investigations (including bullying and harassment).  Camilla is a member of the Law Society (Wellington Branch) and its Employment Law Committee.

Phone:  04 472 5579
PA:  Suzanne Mackley