I am Gavin Booth

I don’t have clients; I have people who I support by helping them understand their rights at work based on my experience as a former trade unionist and representative at the Employment Tribunals in Scotland. I have done this since 1994, mainly voluntarily for Citizens Advice and the Trades Council. I started the Law at Work in 2011, which is a social enterprise activity for the benefit of people in Central Scotland.

I help people solve problems

I help people by providing practical advice about employment rights so that they can make good choices, and hopefully resolve any issues they have amicably. My primary objective is to help foster good workplace relations and to avoid litigation. However, if matters cannot be resolved and provided there are merits to a potential claim, I can provide guidance and support with Employment Tribunal and Regulatory claims.

Perhaps I can help you too?

I work on a not-for-profit basis in the interest of the community in Central Scotland. Advice is generally free of charge. There will be a fee for representation, but the ability of any individual to pay a fee will always be taken into account. In every case, the primary objective is to provide advice free of charge so that individuals can make informed decisions, and if necessary, to allow them access to justice. 

Now it's your turn!

Every resource on this site was created with people like you in mind. Every article has been written to help guide people like you so that you know what your rights are. If you are facing any challenges, then you really can face them with confidence. All it takes is for someone like me to guide you. 

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Gavin Booth

The Law at Work

19 Etive Court




G67 4JA

The Law at Work is a not-for-profit Social Enterprise operated by Gavin Booth, specialising in employment rights advice, guidance, support and non-solicitor representation at Employment Tribunal and Regulatory Hearings in Central Scotland.


Regulated claims management: The Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Regulated Activities) Order 2001 (SI 2001/544) (article 89O) excludes a number of activities from regulated claims management, including an activity carried on by a charity or not-for-profit body. The Law at Work is a not-for-profit Social Enterprise and as such is exempt from regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Disclaimer: The information on this website is for general information purposes only. The transmission and receipt of information on this website, or through the Internet or by e-mail will not constitute or create a consultant-client relationship with the Law at Work.

While every effort is made to keep the information on this website up to date and correct, the material on this website may not reflect the most current legal developments. The content and interpretation of employment law are subject to constant revision, and no liability with regards to any action taken, or not taken based on any of the information on this site will be accepted to the fullest extent permitted by law. Any reliance placed on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk. Do not act or refrain from acting upon this information without seeking advice.

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