Industrial and Employment Law, Lawyer
Henry Pill has worked as an industrial and employment lawyer with Slater and Gordon since 2015, and has practiced in industrial and employment law in the non-profit and private sectors throughout his career.
As a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Tasmania, Henry has expertise in unfair dismissal, general protection, wage and entitlement, enterprise bargaining and discrimination matters, and has appeared in a range of State and Federal courts and tribunals on behalf of trade unions and individuals over the course of his career.
Henry also has extensive experience in criminal law and has worked in the Supreme and Magistrates Courts around Tasmania.
Henry is a member of the Employment and Equal Opportunities Committee of the Law Society of Tasmania, a national director of the Australian Lawyers Alliance and chairperson of the Tasmanian Refugee Legal Service.
Industrial Law and Litigation
- Employment Law disputes
- Unfair dismissals and unlawful termination of employment cases
- Workplace bullying, discrimination and equal pay matters
- Redundancy disputes
- Assault and crimes against the person
- Drug offences
- Commonwealth offences
- Property offences including fraud and theft
- Driving and traffic offences including Restricted License Applications
- Breach of court order and public order offences
- Drug Diversion and Mental Health Diversion matters
Professional Qualifications and Admissions
- 2010 - Admitted, Supreme Court of Tasmania
- 2004 - 2008 Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws, University of Tasmania
- Since 2015 Slater and Gordon (lawyer)
- 2013 - 2014 Office of the Premier (advisor)
- 2010 - 2015 Hobart Community Legal Service (lawyer)
Memberships and Associations
- Australian Lawyers for Human Rights member 2013 – present
- Law Society of Tasmania member 2010 present
- Law Society of Tasmania Criminal Law Committee – Committee member 2012-2013
- Australian Republican Movement – Board member 2011-2013
- Refugee Legal Service – Board member 2015
Publications, articles, books
- Precedent Magazine (Australian Lawyers Alliance) Issue 112 September/October 2012 “Mean Streets – A review of Police Powers legislation”
- As editor: “Government, administration and justice” Tasmanian law handbook 2013