Since qualification Caroline has gained significant experience in a number of different sectors including the public sector, education, charitable, motor and manufacturing. Her previous experience of working in-house for South Yorkshire and Humberside Police offers a somewhat unique understanding of both the public and private sector business landscape.
Approachable, personable and responsive, she advises on employment law and other HR issues and provides clear, solution based advice to emerging employment law issues.
One of the main things Caroline loves about working in employment law is that it is people focussed - she loves working closely with clients to understand their organisation and help them achieve an outcome that works for their business.
Rollits LLP have been nothing short of exceptional in their work. In addition to Caroline Neadley’s compassionate approach, the wider team at Rollits are always professional, cheerful and helpful individuals who evidently contribute a lot to the support and smooth running of Rollits behind the scenes.The UK Legal 500, 2024 edition (Employment)
As a medium sized Catholic Multi Academy Trust we are increasingly faced with complex and challenging employment issues that are beyond the scope of our internal HR service. We have worked alongside Caroline for some time, and she has made it her business to really understand our organisation. She is very approachable and provides a responsive service, giving us clear and accessible advice. Trustees are assured by the high-quality, specialist advice, that is available to us through our partnership with Rollits. Caroline helps us manage and effectively mitigate any emerging employment risks and I confidently recommend her service.
Caroline Neadley is always happy to help us and knows her subject area extremely well; I always have confidence in the advice she provides. We have always felt like a valued client.The UK Legal 500, 2024 edition (Employment)
She is a pleasure to work with and provides great support on sensitive matters.Chambers and Partners, 2023 edition (Employment)
Caroline qualified in 2004 and worked in private practice in Hull for ten years before moving to work in-house for South Yorkshire and Humberside Police. In this role as their in-house employment law solicitor she provided both day to day and strategic employment law advice to the police service and was undertaking the role of deputy force solicitor prior to making the decision to return to private practice.
Caroline deals with all aspects of employment law work including discrimination, unfair dismissal, TUPE, employment tribunal claims, settlement agreements, contracts of employment and senior executive service agreements.
Caroline is a Committee Member of Women in Business Hull.
Professional memberships & accreditations
Caroline is a member of the Law Society.