She needs to go to her supervisor. If she's an attorney, she should seek out a senior attorney that she knows and trusts and ask his/her advice on how to deal with him. If she feels he will be unfairly evaluating her job performance, she should start recording the incidents that are upsetting to her. Honestly, though, the situation you described is not "harassment" in any legal or formal way, but rather standard fare for a tough partner in a law firm. Working in a law firm requires a very thick skin, and while it sounds like she is in a bad situation, she may just have to find a way to deal with it. There will be many more, and worse, situations with partners who are tough to deal with and who are unfair. I have worked in large lawfirms for the past six years, and have had to deal with many extremely difficult partners.
no legal aid will not pay for bankruptcy - there are no financial organisation or benefit support to help you pay for bankruptcy , you have to pay for it yourself - i think its about £590 now and has to be paid in cash by you.. the only help you can get would be for someone u know to lend it to you