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Tina Din


Tina is an associate in our Employment team, advising individuals and businesses across all areas of Employment law including unfair dismissal, workplace discrimination, wage disputes, and redundancy. She represents clients at all levels, up to the Supreme Court.

Tina’s practice includes advising company directors, senior executives and junior employees through disciplinary, grievance and performance management, redundancy consultations, flexible working requests, unfair dismissal and negotiation of severance packages.

Tina also has a strong background in providing strategic and responsive advice to a range of employers across various industries such as hospitality, media, HR, education and retail.

She is experienced in the drafting and review of employment contracts, policies and procedures, managing disciplinary and grievances, contractual disputes, TUPE, redundancy and the recruitment process.   

Tina has worked closely providing hands on support and advice to in-house HR and business managers to ensure effective practice and implementation as well as members of the Federation of Small Businesses.  

Tina also advises on both contentious and non contentious matters, having successfully presented and defended claims in the Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeals Tribunal .

At the forefront of her practice is striving to ensure her clients’ best interests are protected, and achieving the best possible outcome for them. Tina prides herself on being an effective communicator and identifying her client’s best interests from the outset.

Tina has been credited by clients for her supportive and approachable manner when advising on often complex legal issues with clarity, instilling confidence and ease. She is also commercially aware and pragmatic in her approach, with excellent client care being paramount.

She has a good understanding of the difficulties faced by neurodiverse individuals in the employment sphere and advises regularly on the implementation of helpful strategies that aid both employer and employee.

Education and career
  • Tina graduated with an LLB (Hons) in Law in 2005 and completed the LPC in 2007 at BPP in London
  • She spent several years’ developing and practicing both contentious and non-contentious law at a number of London firms and before joining Bindmans as an Associate in 2021

What clients say

Tina was remarkable, not only for being a strong, and confident solicitor, but above all for being a great human. It was important to me that my solicitor understood (and actively sought to understand) me, my motivations, and how difficult the experience had been for me. Connecting with Tina on a human level made an incredibly stressful journey easier. You can’t put a price on that.

– Client, 2023

Tina quickly understood the problems and gave good legal advice. She has specialist knowledge of autism and is very good at calm, clear and concise communication

– Client, 2022

Tina is calm, succinct and to the point. She took the time and effort to ensure I was fully informed and managed my case with the utmost professionalism and care. Her dedication and insight have been priceless  

– Client, 2021

At what was a very stressful and worrying time, Tina provided me with the advice I needed with a wonderfully warm human touch in what, otherwise was a very isolating environment. She has offered me words of support with top notch legal advice in a way that was not daunting or complicated. Highly recommended

– Client, 2021

As an employer it’s imperative that we have the right support and advice. Tina provided me with what I needed to ensure a cohesive workforce. She has been efficient, pragmatic and knowledgeable. I have no hesitation in recommending her insight

Professional memberships
  • Employment Lawyers Association
  • Association of Women Solicitors
  • Discrimination Law Association