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With the world of equality, diversity and discrimination law changing so rapidly, the need for accurate, up-to-date and authoritative information and guidance is more important than ever.

Equal Opportunities Review (EOR) is the essential guide to steer you and your organisation through the maze.

EOR Online gives you access to the current issue of the journal, an archive of past issues, extensive information on discrimination law and practice and much more. If you already subscribe to EOR, log-in now to access this wealth of material.

If you are not a subscriber then feel free to take a look around. You don't need a password to browse our topics or even to search EOR Online, but you must be a subscriber to read the full text of articles or case reports on the site.

Discrimination Law in 2015: An authoritative review of the most dynamic area of employment law

Our annual updating event on key issues in discrimination law, with talks from experts and leading QCs, will be taking place on 23 January 2015.

As per last year, this will be held at TUC headquarters and is open to discrimination lawyers, Government officials, equality and diversity specialists and others interested in attending the most authoritative review available of recent discrimination legislation and case law. For more information and to register for a place, please click here.

Order the Conference Documentation: "22 QC's ... on the hot employment law issues for 2014-2015"

This year's "22 QCs" conference took place on 9th and 10th October at the Strand Palace Hotel. 22 members of the Queen's Counsel delivered lectures on a variety of the employment law topics that will be of concern in 2015. The full documentation (speaker's notes and presentation slides) is available here.


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.

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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.

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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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Michael Rubenstein Publishing is a small independent publisher with a commitment to producing the most authoritative and up-to-date information on discrimination law and to delivering the highest standards of customer services. Our publisher is Michael Rubenstein, one of the UK's leading authorities in this complex area of law, who also writes for all of our titles.

Established in October 2007,  its portfolio of titles includes the leading journal Equal Opportunities Review, the new series of law reports on discrimination law, Equality Law Reports (launched October 2010) and the annual publication Discrimination: A Guide to the Relevant Case Law.

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What's New?

In December's issue (EOR 253)
The main feature this month is Michael Rubenstein's annual preview of key cases for 2014-15. Our case studies and case digest focus on flexible working. (...more) (21 Nov 2014)

Diary: Wider recommendations vote loses
A vote to take out the clause in the Government's Deregulation Bill removing the power of employment tribunals to make wider action recommendations in discrimination cases has been defeated at Committee Stage in the House of Lords. (...more) (21 Nov 2014)

Diary: Next EAT President
The post of President of the Employment Appeal Tribunal is central to the world of employment and discrimination law. Yet, as EOR readers will recall, the post is not formally advertised. It is considered a mere posting within the High Court system and "expressions of interest" are invited. (...more) (21 Nov 2014)

Diary: Judicial diversity
Speaking of diversity, Sir Geoffrey Bindman QC and Karon Monaghan QC have produced a paper for Sadiq Khan, the Shadow Justice Secretary, on what a future Labour Government could do to ensure that judges better reflect wider society. (...more) (21 Nov 2014)

Key employment and discrimination cases for 2014–15: a preview
This article is an edited version of Michael Rubenstein's lecture on "Key employment and discrimination cases for 2014-15", given to the Industrial Law Society in London on 21 October 2014, and broadcast to Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle and Sheffield. The lecture was also given in Belfast for the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland and the Employment Lawyers Group, and at the annual meeting of lay members of the Employment Appeal Tribunal in London. The aim of the talk - and the article - is to flag up cases that are currently pending before the courts as of the date of writing. (...more)(21 Nov 2014)

In November's issue (EOR 252)
Our features this month include an article on the impact of the new EU public procurement Directives, and whether it will be easier for public authorities to use social clauses. In addition, our case study looks at how one public sector organisation, the Highways Agency, uses its procurement contracts to encourage suppliers to promote equality and diversity. (...more) (25 Oct 2014)

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