National minimum wage: Pupil barrister worked under contract of apprenticeship
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Edmonds v Lawson QC and others  IRLR 18 HC (0 other reports)
In Edmonds v Lawson QC and others 24.9.99 High Court, the High Court declares that a pupil barrister who had attained the age of 26 was a "worker" within the meaning of the National Minimum Wage Act 1998 because she was employed under a contract of apprenticeship. She was, therefore, entitled to the national minimum wage.