Karen Lewis, Team PA and Office Coordinator
Karen joined Sherrards in November 2014 and is responsible for coordinating the Occupational Health service offered by Sherrards by meeting the needs of clients and responding to all enquiries. Karen also assists all solicitors with the administration of their legal work, manages the office and produces clients’ accounts.
Karen worked as a Personal Assistant at a major UK bank for 23 years before joining Sherrards. This position included the management of disciplinary cases and applying HR policies and procedures – experiences which prepared her well for her role at Sherrards.
Karen enjoys swimming and watching live sports including cricket, football and rugby.
What they say
"Sherrards provides "commercially driven and practical" advice and has an "impressive international reach.""
"Employment Headaches always hits the right note, a very interesting workshop."
"Clients describe Sherrards as “top-class” and state that “Harry Sherrard and Dan Soanes attract praise for their “brilliant commercial judgment” and “amazing attention to detail"."
"Thanks to the team at Sherrards for the way our case was conducted, enabling another victory. Dan Soanes was effective, shrewd and dignified and gave excellent support to all of our witnesses throughout the case. "
"Sherrards deliver straightforward seminars with practical and workable advice."
"With Sherrards, I feel confident and assured about taking a case forward."
"The annual seminars I attend are always informative and engaging. I would highly recommended them."
"The training we receive always balances the right content with the key issues we need to get to grips with and present them in a very structured and effective way."
"The team at Sherrards comes across as approachable and always gets back to me very promptly."
"The seminars are current, relevant, informative and, excellent!!"
"Excellent, entertaining and informative training. A really useful day."
"The training we received gave us a comprehensive and up to date overview of current employment law hot topics."