Welcome to the new 11KBW Employment Law blog. We appreciate that the blogosphere is not short of sources for Employment Law news, so what makes us worth a bookmark? We aim to offer you detailed commentary on the most important cases from barristers who are acknowledged leaders in the field. You will also find links to podcasts each of which carry CPD accreditation and come entirely free of charge. Finally, for those of you who rely, as we do, on Tolleys Employment Handbook as your Tribunal weapon of choice you will find articles cross-reference d to the relevant chapter in Tolleys, helping you put developments in their larger context.
WelcomeJuly 8th, 2011
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