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Sally McFarlane

Sally McFarlane
+33 (0)6 75 84 81 04

Sally’s an experienced in-house counsel and employment lawyer who appreciates how sensitive people issues can be. She’s great at providing pragmatic, hands-on commercial support to HR Directors and senior management teams on a wide range of employment and commercial issues.

Having worked extensively in private practice and as in-house counsel in the UK and Australia, she’s brilliant at helping our clients achieve their business goals.

Useful to know:

Sally set up her own business in the French Alps to combine work with her love of the mountains and sport. She’s also a member of the UK Employment Lawyers Association.

Worked with:

Sally worked for law firms such as Kennedys and Stephenson Harwood in the UK before moving to Australia where she was Senior Associate at Allens and Linklaters in the Workplace Relations team in Sydney and then Perth. She then moved in-house with The SR Group and has also worked with Depop, Zoovu, Connexity, Low Carbon, Scandit and Juice Plus+.

What Sally's clients say:

Sally has provided crucial legal support to our HR team, advising on tricky people issues, drafting and advising on new terms and conditions and policies and assisting with international employment issues. Sally’s consistency in approach and attention to detail, along with her excellent knowledge of employment law, has undoubtedly helped us to protect our staff and business through our rapid and successful growth.

Finance & Operations Director - Depop

Sally’s help with our day to day legal guidance, specifically on sensitive issues, has been important to the success and growth of the SR Group. From internal due diligence on complex transactions to legal project management on international expansions and acquisitions, Sally’s hands on, business focussed approach has been invaluable to the management team.

CFO & COO - The SR Group

Sally is great, efficient and cost conscious with a pragmatic approach.

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