Lisa Aitken


Lisa joined Moore & Tibbits at the beginning of 2020 as our specialist Employment Solicitor.

Having previously worked at Warwickshire Employment Rights Service for over 9 years, Lisa has a wealth of experience dealing with all aspects of Employment Law for both employers and employees including:


  • Employment disputes
  • Grievance
  • Disciplinary matters
  • Employment Tribunals
  • Negotiating settlement agreements


  • Contracts of employment
  • Advice regarding policies and procedures
  • HR advice

Lisa has a Business Management degree from Aston University and a Law degree from the College of Law in Birmingham and is CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development)* qualified.

In May 2018 Lisa became a Chartered Legal Executive and she qualified as a Solicitor in January 2019.

With these qualifications and skills, Lisa has exceptional knowledge and understanding of issues relating to employment law for both the employee and employer and she is a member of the Employment Lawyer’s Association.

Lisa’s wealth of industry experience has included litigating against major employers in the region.

Outside of work Lisa enjoys travelling the world, experiencing different cultures and spending time catching up with friends and family.

To find out if we can help you or your business, please call Lisa on 01926 491181


* CIPD is the main professional body to accredit and award professional human resources (HR) qualifications. The CIPD's qualifications are the recognised professional standard for HR and training specialists working across the UK's public, private and charity sectors. 



News and media

  • News
    • Posted on March 23, 2023
      We have just published the latest edition of our Employment Law newsletter which includes information on flexible working, new legislation to protect against harassment as well as other employment news which hopefully you will find interesting.
    • Posted on March 22, 2023
      The results of a pilot four-day working week have been overwhelmingly positive with most companies extending the four-day week policy and some adopting it permanently.
    • Posted on November 17, 2022
      The Carer’s Leave Bill introduces the right for employees to take at least a week’s unpaid leave per year in order to provide or arrange care for a dependant with long term needs.

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