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Employment Law in Practice

Thirteenth Edition

The City Law School

14 December 2017

ISBN: 9780198787730

376 pages
Paperback
292x206mm

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Bar Manuals

Price: £44.99

The only manuals supporting students on Bar courses, providing detailed coverage of the key laws, rules and procedures alongside practical exercises.

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Description

Employment Law in Practice provides readers with a thorough grounding in substantive law and employment tribunal procedure, as well as an opportunity to develop legal skills through numerous worked examples and sample documentation.

  • Provides full coverage of the substantive areas of employment law that barristers will encounter in practice, including unfair dismissal, breach of contract, discrimination, equal pay, and family-friendly provisions
  • Contains a dedicated chapter outlining the regulations and procedural rules of employment tribunals to help students prepare for what they will face as a junior barrister
  • The pragmatic approach helps equip students for practice, with guidance on competing forms and using specialist procedures

New to this edition

  • Developments in relevant case law, including coverage of R (on the application of Unison) v Lord Chancellor [2017] UKSC 51, the decision that employment tribunal fees are unlawful.

About the Author(s)

The City Law School

This manual is edited by Nigel Duncan, Professor of Legal Education, The City Law School

Table of Contents

    1:Abbreviations
    2:Sources for further study and preparation of cases
    3:The sources of employment law
    4:Employment tribunal procedure
    5:The contract of employment
    6:Unfair dismissal and redundancy
    7:Remedies for unfair dismissal and redundancy
    8:Discrimination in employment
    9:Family friendly provisions
    10:Equal pay
    11:The conduct of a case: employment tibunal precedents

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