Adeola Fadipe, Lameesa Iqbal and Cormac Devlin set to join Doughty Street Chambers

Doughty Street Chambers is delighted to announce that Adeola FadipeLameesa Iqbal and Cormac Devlin will be joining our Employment, Discrimination and Equality Law team in September/October 2022.


All three of our new members have significant experience across the breath of employment litigation and will increase the depth and breadth of the Team as well as the services we can offer to our broad client base.


About Adeola Fadipe


Adeola was called to the Bar in 2019. She has a strong track record of achieving excellent results in complex cases, and has significant experience in disability discrimination claims and public appointments, consistently displaying strong strategic thinking and advocacy skills. Adeola is a member of both the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple and Bar Council Race Working Group, as well as being appointed by the Ministry of Justice as an Independent Monitoring Board member at an Immigration Detention Centre.


About Cormac Devlin


Cormac was called to the Bar in 2021. He undertook pupillage at a mixed civil set, where he practised in employment, housing and general civil matters. Before coming to the Bar, Cormac was a legal officer at United Voices of the World, where he represented workers in disciplinary hearings, the employment tribunal, and the Central Arbitration Committee. As a result of Cormac’s experience working in a grassroots trade union, he understands how litigation can be used strategically in industrial disputes.


About Lameesa Iqbal


Lameesa was called to the Bar in 2021. She has experience with unfair dismissal, whistleblowing, withheld pay, and TUPE cases as well as extensive discrimination law experience. She has dealt with a variety of claims, including sex-based, race, and maternity discrimination in which she has acted for multiple Claimants. Lameesa also volunteered with the National Centre for Domestic Violence and the No5 Chambers Immigration/Human Rights Project, as well as gaining experience of legal reform as a Legal Intern at JUSTICE.


For more information about our new recruits and the other members of the Employment, Discrimination and Equality Law team, please contact our Practice Manager Callum Stebbing at