July 18, 2018
University of Bristol Law School launches new Centre for Law at Work
The Law School at the University of Bristol has launched a new Centre for Law at Work.
Formerly launched on 28th June, the Centre for Law at Work establishes Bristol as a centre of excellence in employment and labour law, as well as corporate governance. The Centre for Law at Work is supported by a fantastic selection of acclaimed academics that have been involved in many high profile activities and debates, for example, Professor Michael Ford QC, who played a key role in the ground-breaking tribunal fees judgement in the UNISON case of 2017.
The Professor of Employment Law at the University of Oxford, Professor Mark Freedland, described the Centre for Law at Work academics as an “impressive line-up”, and went on to explain that, “There’s a real sense of scholarship and the depth of enthusiasm within the Centre for Law at Work.”
Meanwhile, the University of Bristol’s Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Law, Professor Paddy Ireland, enthuses, “We have attracted fantastic interdisciplinary scholars who contribute to the work of the Centre for Law at Work. This will be a successful Centre.”
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Content added on 18th July 2018.
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