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Imogen specialises in employment, public, PI, and clinical negligence disputes.
Imogen joined Chambers after her successful completion of the Outer Temple Chambers Extended Pupillage Scheme in association with FRU (Free Representation Unit) in May 2017. She remains dedicated to pro bono work and has taken EAT cases through Advocate and FRU, and is a member of the ELAAS scheme.
Before being called to the bar, Imogen read law at the University of Nottingham and later studied the BPTC at Nottingham Law School.
Employment & Discrimination
Imogen is committed to her employment law practice. She has advised and represented clients in: unfair dismissal, constructive dismissal, whistleblowing, equal pay, redundancy, and discrimination claims. She takes on cases for both claimants and respondents and regularly deals with multi-day claims against more senior counsel.
Through the Bar Pro Bono Unit, FRU, and ELAAS, Imogen has represented Applicants in the EAT in Rule 3(10) and Appeal hearings, dealing with complex questions of perceived bias (Kidd v Commissioner of the Police of the Metropolis UKEAT/0191/17/RN) and the procedure to be followed by a tribunal where no response to an employer’s contract claim has been received (Limoine v Sharma UKEAT/0094/19/RN).
She also assisted Naomi Ling in the EAT hearing of Crawford v Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd UKEAT/0316/16 (overturned by the Court of Appeal:  EWCA Civ 269, CA).
“Fantastic well done Imogen. I will definitely use her again. Happy to give her a quote for any Bio, I was very impressed.” (Solicitor)
Appointments & Memberships
- Employment Lawyers Association (ELA)
- The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple
- The Richard Bagley Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Pro Bono Activity
Imogen Egan is regulated by the Bar Standards Board (BSB) and holds a current practising certificate. If you are not satisfied with the service provided, please click here.
Areas of Law
- Clinical Negligence
- Commercial & Chancery
- Disciplinary & Regulatory
- Employment & Discrimination
- Personal Injury
- Professional Negligence
- Public Law