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22 QCs... on the hot issues in employment law for 2015-16

Thursday 1 and Friday 2 October 2015
Strand Palace Hotel, London, WC2R 0JJ
Devised and chaired by Michael Rubenstein
We have put together for you 22 of the UK’s leading Queen’s Counsel to give you the latest information you need on 22 key employment law topics that are likely to be of concern to you in 2015-16.

There will be comprehensive documentation on each day for you to take away and refer to over the coming months, and I will be chairing both days to ensure that the event runs smoothly. The conference has CPD accreditation (5 ½ hours per day) and we have been able to price the event at a level considerably lower than some of our competitors.    

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  • Discrimination Guide: the latest edition of the highly acclaimed Discrimination: A Guide to the Relevant Case Law
  • Legislation Guides: in-depth guides to new legislation, include Acts of Parliament, statutory instruments and EC directives
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  • Past issues: to see a full list of the contents of recent journals, work backwards from the current issue number as found in "What's New?" by typing the number into the Issue number box in the left-hand menu.


We are pleased to introduce our new blog, Michael Rubenstein Presents ... Expertise on equality, diversity and discrimination law, accessible at: We encourage you to view the postings on developments in diversity and equality law, written by experts including Michael Rubenstein, Darren Newman, Sue Johnstone, and others.

Equal Opportunities Review

Equal Opportunities Review (EOR) is the market leading journal on equality, diversity and discrimination law and practice. It has been publishing for 25 years and has over 200 issues under its belt. With a fully searchable website,, holding an extensive archive of all EOR issues, the service offers our customers an accurate, authoritative and up to date set of information with which to keep on top of the rapidly changing area of law.

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Established in October 2007,  its portfolio of titles includes the leading journal Equal Opportunities Review and the annual publication Discrimination: A Guide to the Relevant Case Law.

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What's New?

In July's issue (EOR 259)

Our main feature this month is our annual survey of compensation awards in discrimination cases. (...more)

(20 Jun 2015)

Diary: Government review of ET fees

The Ministry of Justice announced on 11 June 2015 the terms of reference of the long-promised review of the introduction of fees in the employment tribunal and EAT. The review is expected to be completed “later this year”. The Government says it will then consult on any proposals for reforms to the scheme. (...more)

(20 Jun 2015)

Diary: Latest statistics on ET claims

An employment tribunal fee review  (see Government review of ET fees) takes place against the backdrop of the release of the latest statistics on overall employment tribunal claims in the first quarter of 2015. This shows either a continued decline in claims or a modest increase in claims, depending on which metric is used. (...more)

(20 Jun 2015)

Compensation awards 2014: part 1

This year’s survey of compensation for discrimination reveals that over £7½ million was awarded in 355 cases in 2014. This amount is a 77% increase on the previous year. There was also a sharp increase in both the average and median of the awards. (...more)

(20 Jun 2015)

In June's issue (EOR 258)
This month's case studies focus on harassment, looking at two organisations that have tackled the issue. We also report on how supermarket Asda is supporting women into management roles and how London School of Economics has taken action on carers. Our Agenda section examines what is happening on equality and diversity in Wales. (...more) (23 May 2015)

Diary: General Election 2015
As followers of my Twitter feed (@mhrubenstein) will know, I canvassed for Labour candidates in four marginal constituencies in London during the General Election campaign. Judged by the huge army of volunteers on the ground and by posters in the windows, it looked like it would be a Labour landslide. In the event, Labour held one of the seats (Hampstead) and won a marginal (Hornsey and Wood Green), but lost fairly decisively in Finchley and Golders Green, and in Battersea. (...more) (23 May 2015)

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