Camille Renaudon became a Partner of Hibberts LLP Solicitors in 2014.
Receiving her Law Degree with honours at Sheffield University Camille graduated in 2002. Opting to work in the world of Youth Justice for the next 3 years to gain ‘life experience’, she returned to university in 2005 to complete a Legal Practice Course full time.
Following this Camille completed her training course with Hibberts in 2008, qualifying as Solicitor.
Heading up our Employment Law Department and primarily based at our Crewe office, she provides an employment law service for all of our offices across South Cheshire and North Shropshire.
Camille represents both employers and employees across the UK and abroad. She provides a flexible service seeing clients’ at their convenience, either in the office or in their homes.
Areas of Expertise
Camille’s areas of specialism include:
- Settlement agreements
- Grievance and sickness absence advice
- Maternity and family friendly policies
- Drafting and reviewing contracts of employment
- Staff handbooks
- Consultancy agreements
- Employment tribunal work (both claimant and respondent)
- Post-termination restriction advice
- Business purchase/sales advice
Camille prides herself on providing a professional, efficient and friendly service; forging long-term, rewarding relationships with clients. Due to the dedicated approach to her work, the vast majority of her clients come from repeat business or recommendations from former or existing clients.
She also enjoys presenting seminars and training courses, both internally and externally regarding recent developments in employment law. Camille was particularly delighted to be recognised in the 2015 Legal 500 publication.
Away from work her interests are mainly focused around sport. As an avid football fan and a supporter of Arsenal FC, she played herself for over 20 years. Following her retirement from football, Camille now enjoys running to keep fit.
For a short time, she also took up boxing; taking part in a white collar boxing bout at Stoke City’s Britannia stadium, and raising around £2000 for Cancer Research.
Alas she has now hung up her gloves with a record (Won 1 Lost 0 Drawn 0!) as she settles down to family life following her marriage in August 2015.