• commercial and contractual disputes
  • consumer disputes
  • contested probate and will disputes
  • litigation and dispute resolution for individuals
  • litigation and dispute resolution for business
  • employment for business
  • employment for individuals
  • arbitration mediation and adr for business
  • individual
  • professional negligence
  • property litigation

Anissa Hallworth


Anissa Hallworth

Anissa joined Hayes + Storr in 2011 having worked in the Norfolk area for 7 years as a solicitor. She is a director and heads up the litigation Dispute Resolution Department and the Employment Department. Anissa deals with all types of dispute resolution matters and acts for both employers and employees in all aspects of employment law.

Anissa represents individuals and companies in court disputes and has successfully negotiated very good settlements on their behalf. She has won a number of Employment Tribunal hearings where she completes the representation of clients herself in the Employment Tribunal. She completes her own advocacy in both the Employment Tribunal and the county court.

Anissa has won a number of high profile claims for clients in the court and the Employment Tribunal, including most recently a claim against a local council for disability discrimination. She acts for a number of employers and has successfully defended many Employment Tribunal claims against them.

Anissa has been the training officer for the local Law Society for the last 5 years and also completes a large amount of work with local charities and pro bono legal advice for charities.

On a personal level, Anissa is married and enjoys walking and cycling. She is a member of a number of local groups and enjoys entertaining and reading.


“We needed the help of a Solicitor and after doing a google search we chose this firm of Solicitors. Best decision we made. Anissa Hallworth was professional and caring. She took on our case and explained clearly the way forward and kept us updated at every stage. Cannot thank Anissa enough. If you need a solicitor look no further.”


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