Sue Ashtiany "is a consultant in our Employment team and has a wealth of experience advising on the full range of employment issues. Her work predominantly consists of large-scale or complex projects, in particular change management projects; cases involving difficult issues of employment and discrimination law and policy; and strategic advice for employers in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.
"Sue is ranked as a leading individual in Chambers (2007 edition), where she is cited as “standing out for her stupendous knowledge of the law” and being “very much ahead of the game” with clients praising her highly prized insightful thinking. She is also ranked in the top tier by Legal 500 (2006 edition), where clients praise her for "invaluable knowledge of our policies and culture, gained through excellent relationships with the team"; and for bringing "a wealth of experience from both the commercial and public sectors".
"Sue is a Commissioner on the Equal Opportunities Commission, a Member of the Advisory Group for Oxford Brookes Centre for Diversity Policy Research and a Non-executive Director of Channel 4." 
- Trustee, Charities Aid Foundation
Resources and articles
- ↑ Sue Ashtiany, Nabarro, accessed June 29, 2010.