Victoria Webb

Victoria has a busy employment, discrimination and personal injury practice, with an additional interest in inquests.

Victoria has a particular interest in holiday pay claims, having advised and represented parties at tribunal in contractual and statutory holiday pay claim disputes. Most recently she has been junior to Michael Ford QC in a complex dispute over the correct level of holiday pay for a large group of pilots. The case involved a detailed analysis of various elements of the pay and allowances package. She has also acted in disputes relating to the eligibility of employees dismissed after long term sick leave to paid annual leave on termination of their contract.

Victoria undertook her pupillage in Chambers and was called to the Bar in July 2009. Before then, she worked in the human rights field, most recently as researcher on Russia for Amnesty International's International Secretariat.

Victoria speaks fluent Russian, having read Modern Languages at Oxford. She then did an LL.M. in International Human Rights Law at the University of Essex, in which she received a distinction.

She was awarded a Queen Mother's Scholarship and the Baron Dr Ver Heyden de Lancey Prize by Middle Temple for her Outstanding BVC results.

Practice areas


  • Industrial Law Society
  • Employment Law Bar Association
  • Personal Injuries Bar Association
  • Free Representation Unit

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