Carol Taylor

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Carol Taylor is the Regional Employment Judge for London East. She made legal history as the first black Regional Employment Judge when she took up her appointment in February 2011 in Southampton. Carol was admitted as a solicitor in 1985 and was appointed as a fee-paid Employment Judge in 1992. She went on to be appointed as a salaried Employment Judge in 1996 and was then as a fee-paid Legal Chairman of the Reserve Forces Appeal Tribunal in 2003. In her role as the Regional Employment Judge for London East, she manages all the Employment Tribunal judges in the area and is responsible for the allocation of work, listings and the running of tribunals there. 

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the Legal History and the Legal Eves sections.