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Debbie Fellows

Partner | Perth, Dundee


Accredited specialist in Employment Law

Debbie has over 15 years experience advising clients on employment and discrimination law issues. Debbie’s common sense and solution driven approach makes sure clients’ achieve the best outcome for them when dealing with HR and employment issues. Her advice is robust and commercially focussed and clients benefit from the time she takes to understand their business.

Debbie has wide experience dealing with all areas of employment law including disciplinary and grievance matters, absence and performance management, discrimination, redundancy and reorganisations and termination of employment. Her particular expertise involves tribunal representation (at both the employment and employment appeals tribunals) and advising on complex discrimination cases including multiple equal pay claims.

Her client base extends from senior executives, to universities, colleges, manufacturing companies, high-tech companies and SME’s.

Debbie is a member of the Employment Law Group, Employment Lawyers Association and Scottish Discrimination Law Association and regularly speaks at events including the Employment Lawyers Association conference. Debbie is also a committee member of the Perthshire Business Women’s Network and in this role she is active in engaging with local businesses.


Accredited by the Law Society of Scotland. Ranked in Legal 500 2020

Debbie Fellows's Blog Entries

Do you have an Adverse Weather Policy for employees?

With weather warnings in place across Scotland, Employment Law specialist Debbie Fellows looks at how employers can deal with employee…

Posted on 31st January 2019

Dress codes and Sex Discrimination – Do’s and Don’ts as an employer

The Government has recently issued guidance for employers, to help them ensure that they are implementing dress codes which are not…

Posted on 14th June 2018

Indefinite carry over of unpaid annual leave approved by European Court

All employees and workers in the UK are entitled to be paid for 5.6 weeks holiday per year. However, with the recent rise in ‘gig economy…

Posted on 7th December 2017

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