Anna Moyle

Anna Moyle

Solicitor (UK)



  • Oxford – Modern History

Type of work

Anna Moyle has experience of working with a broad range of organisations – including PLCs, owner managed companies and universities – across a range of sectors including retail, publishing, higher education, managed services and financial services. Anna advises on all aspects of employment law – contentious and non-contentious. She also has experience of complex tribunal litigation, particularly involving discrimination, whistleblowing and equal pay claims. Having previously worked as a commercial litigator, Anna also has experience of High Court litigation, including the enforcement of restrictive covenants and bonus related disputes.

Her focus is on:

  • Day-to-day support on HR issues
  • Tribunal litigation


Anna is practical and pragmatic and offers a calm and personable approach to the organisations and people she advises. She likes to work as an effective member of a client’s team and gets real pleasure from developing an understanding of her client’s business and, aims and approach.

The route to GL

2012 – Golden Leaver
2001 – 2011 Pinsent Masons
1994 – 2001 Biddle & Co


English, French

Member of…

Law Society

Anna Moyle


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Why be an employment lawyer?

It’s all about people, their jobs and the world we live in – which should matter to all of us. It is also an excellent opportunity to go through the round window (and occasionally down the rabbit hole) to experience and understand worlds different from my own. I love the fact that in order to help my clients I can spend one week immersed in the world of supermarkets, learning about the process of delivering food on time and the next week understanding how a university lecturer gets promoted.

Most memorable moments

At Work:
Most of my memorable professional moments involve dealing with the employment aspects of the confidentiality and intellectual property in “top shelf” publications and related issues, although the work I do on a day-to-day basis is usually more prosaic.
Outside Work:
I spend much of my time trying to bring some order to family life. I also spend a lot of time dreaming about that old farmhouse in France I’d like to have as well as thinking about all the interesting hobbies I will have when I have some spare time.
The unexpected:
I have lived an unexpectedly quiet life…..

Personal quotation(s)

“Can we start at the end result and work our way backwards”