Employers and Employers


Jim Chambers | Director

01244 911433 (direct)
Stable House
Heath Lane
Chester CH3 5SX



Andrew O’Neill | Director

0161 711 0140 (main)
Fabric, 30 Queen Street
Lincoln Square
Manchester M2 5HX


Employment Solicitors

Chambers O’Neill is a dedicated employment law practice based in Chester and Manchester. We offer a practical, hands-on approach backed up by over 40 years’ experience of providing high quality, expert legal advice to employers and employees. Although most of our clients are based in the North West and North Wales, we also have clients in Scotland, throughout England and Wales and in Europe.


Chambers O’Neill has been listed each year since establishment in the Legal 500, an independent directory of the leading law firms in the UK. The current edition describes the firm in the following terms: “Chambers O’Neill is an excellent niche employment practice that continues to act predominantly for employers but also acts for a substantial number of individuals at a senior or board level. Andrew O’Neill routinely supports clients on issues arising out of multi-site reorganisations and TUPE as well as on contentious matters and Jim Chambers is an effective tribunal advocate…

The previous edition confirmed: “Chambers O’Neill’s standout individuals include Jim Chambers, who has ‘a wealth of experience and knowledge of employment law’, and the ‘articulate and courteous’ Andrew O’Neill. Both individuals have ‘excellent investigatory skills’The practice acts primarily for employers but also for a substantial number of individuals, often at a senior or board level”

We advise on all aspects of employment law from recruitment to termination including:

  • Employment Tribunal claims and proceedings in the Employment Appeal Tribunal – our partners have conducted thousands of such claims since 1995
  • Settlement/Compromise Agreements for both employers and employees
  • Dismissal and termination strategies
  • Individual and collective redundancies
  • Discrimination and Equal Opportunities
  • Disciplinary and grievance proceedings
  • Employment contracts, policies and procedures
  • Business reorganisation and restructuring
  • Transfers of Undertaking (TUPE)
  • Training

Do you have an employment issue that would benefit from expert advice?

We don’t charge for an initial conversation. Why not call us or send us an email?