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Reliably updated by Ian Smith and Aaron Baker, this popular textbook maintains its reputation for balancing authority with accessibility. Providing comprehensive coverage of all the key employment law topics this new edition continues to offer unrivalled support for undergraduate and postgraduate students alike.
Recently revised and restructured, Smith & Wood's Employment Law draws on the extensive teaching and practical experience of its authors to provide students with a clear explanation of essential legislation and case detail while also offering incisive academic commentary and critical detail to help with essay preparation and class work.
Throughout the book topics are carefully explained in their social and historical context, providing readers with an insight into the fast-paced development of employment law and offering perceptive analysis of its future direction. In particular, the effect of the Equality Act 2010 and the development of discrimination law are considered in detail.
This book is also accompanied by an Online Resource Center which includes further reading suggestions and useful weblinks to support independent study plus self-test questions with instant feedback to help consolidate your learning and prepare for exams.
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Ian Smith, Barrister and Emeritus Professor of Employment Law, University of East Anglia,Aaron Baker, Senior Lecturer in Law, Durham University
Ian Smith is a Barrister and former Clifford Chance Professor of Employment Law at the University of East Anglia. He is also an editor of the practitioner text, Harvey on Industrial Relations and Employment Law.
Aaron Baker is a Senior Lecturer in Law at Durham University and Deputy Head of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Health. Aaron also has experience practising in employment law.
Review from previous edition: "This textbook is an employment law institution. Familiar to generations, it still delivers the wide range of content that will satisfy changing curriculum needs. Chapters have been reshaped and focused so as to maintain coherence in a fast moving subject and to keep it to a manageable length while maintaining its value as a comprehensive and detailed treatment of the law." --Ann Blair, Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Leeds
"This is a very well-organised book which provides comprehensive analysis of the subject. The style is clear but thorough and offers a good balance between depth and accessibility." --Mark Bell, Professor and Head of the School of Law, University of Leicester
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