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Equal Opportunities Review (Subscription)

Our Price: POA
Subscription Type: Anniversary Renewal
Classification(s): Discrimination in employment law;
Product Code: INDV05
Frequency: 1 Online Service(s); 10 Part(s); 1 Print Item(s) per year
Publisher: Michael Rubenstein Publishing
Binding / Product Type: Journal
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Equal Opportunities Review
The UK’s leading journal on equality, diversity and discrimination law and practice, covering developments from UK and EU tribunals and courts. Over the past 25 years, over 200 issues have been published, and it is currently released 10 times a year.

The Equal Opportunities Review is written by professionals from across many different disciplines in public, private and voluntary organisations, pulled together by Michael Rubenstein, one of the UK’s foremost discrimination and employment law experts.

They translate  fast-changing and complex areas of law into easily accessible pieces, and in each issue you will find:

Expert commentary - contributions from key people in the world of discrimination law and diversity.
Legislation - reviewed and explained clause by clause, with analysis of potential problem areas.
Case reports - unrivalled expert analysis of key cases from the UK employment tribunals, EAT and appeal courts, and the European Court of Justice.
Case studies of named organisations - an insight into best practice, and guidance as to how others are addressing legal compliance.
Surveys - providing guidance on current employment practice across a wide cross-section of organisations.
News - updates on everything in the field of equal opportunities, diversity and discrimination law.
Diary - a regular column by Michael Rubenstein providing an insight into what’s happening in the world of equality, diversity and discrimination law.

All subscribers also get: access to our online service (a comprehensive archive of past issues), and a FREE copy of the book Discrimination: A Guide to Relevant Case Law (RRP £137)




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