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Labour Law notes fully updated for exams in 2013 at Oxford and Cambridge. These notes cover all the LLB labour law cases and so are perfect for anyone doing an LLB in the UK or a great supplement for those doing LLBs abroad, whether that be in Ireland, Hong Kong or Malaysia (University of London).

These were the best Employment Law notes the director of Oxbridge Notes (a former Oxford law graduate) could find in 2013 after combing through forty-eight LLB samples from outstanding law students with the highest results in England and carefully evaluating each on accuracy, formatting, logical structure, spelling/grammar, conciseness and "wow-factor".

We're confident you'll find these revision materials useful - check the samples below to decide for yourself.

FREE BONUS: We've included all the notes from our previous authors so you'll get many styles of revision materials, giving you multiple perspectives of the law - great for answering difficult essay titles and hairy problem questions.

These notes are formed directly from a reading of the cases and are concise without losing meaning, just what you need for last minute cramming and preparing for essays.

From 2010 Author: Everything is split up by topic and you can see a list of the files below. I can sum the contents as follows:

A) 5-10 line summaries of each case and statute (although sometimes more if the importance of a case warrants);

B)Summaries of the main academic papers (between a half page and a page and a half in length...exactly what you need to know to shine in essays);

C) Short bulleted lists of the principle rules (great for problem questions).

Good luck with exams!

Grade Distinction
Year 2013
Institution Oxbridge
Country United Kingdom
Level Undergraduate

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Included inside this Labour Law revision package

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Author 1: 2013 Editor's Choice

  1. Collective Organisation   Trade Unions And Employers' Associations Notes Collective Organisation Trade Unions And Employers' Associations Notes (19 pgs)
  2. Contract Of Employment Notes Contract Of Employment Notes (15 pgs)
  3. Dispute Resolution I   Wrongful Dismissal Notes Dispute Resolution I Wrongful Dismissal Notes (15 pgs)
  4. Dispute Resolution Ii   Unfair Dismissal Notes Dispute Resolution Ii Unfair Dismissal Notes (20 pgs)
  5. Economic Dismissals Notes Economic Dismissals Notes (20 pgs)
  6. Sources And Scope Of Labour Law Notes Sources And Scope Of Labour Law Notes (14 pgs)
  7. Strikes And Industrial Action Notes Strikes And Industrial Action Notes (24 pgs)

Author 2: 2012 Edition: Beautifully Formatted Full Prose Style with Essay Plans

  1. Contractual Terms Notes Contractual Terms Notes (16 pgs)
  2. Edwards 2011 Case Notes Edwards 2011 Case Notes (2 pgs)
  3. Employee Duties Notes Employee Duties Notes (26 pgs)
  4. Equality Act 2010 Notes Equality Act 2010 Notes (7 pgs)
  5. Freedom Of Association And Strikes Notes Freedom Of Association And Strikes Notes (8 pgs)
  6. Introduction To Labour Law Notes Introduction To Labour Law Notes (5 pgs)
  7. Relational Contract Theory Notes Relational Contract Theory Notes (4 pgs)
  8. Sources And Scope Of Labour Law Notes Sources And Scope Of Labour Law Notes (17 pgs)
  9. Sources Of Contractual Terms Notes Sources Of Contractual Terms Notes (8 pgs)
  10. The Employment Relationship Notes The Employment Relationship Notes (71 pgs)
  11. Unfair Dismissal Notes Unfair Dismissal Notes (70 pgs)
  12. Unfair Dismissal Essay Unfair Dismissal Essay (4 pgs)
  13. Wages And Salaries Notes Wages And Salaries Notes (5 pgs)
  14. Written Terms Notes Written Terms Notes (6 pgs)
  15. Wrongful Dismissal Notes Wrongful Dismissal Notes (39 pgs)

Author 3: 2010 Case-Focused Analysis

  1. Conceptural Apparatus Of Discrimination And Equal Treatment Notes Conceptural Apparatus Of Discrimination And Equal Treatment Notes (24 pgs)
  2. Freedom Of Association Notes Freedom Of Association Notes (13 pgs)
  3. Industrial Action Notes Industrial Action Notes (19 pgs)
  4. Job Security Notes Job Security Notes (15 pgs)
  5. Note On Pay V Lancashire Notes Note On Pay V Lancashire Notes (1 pgs)
  6. Pay Working Time And Conditions Notes Pay Working Time And Conditions Notes (20 pgs)
  7. Representation At Work Notes Representation At Work Notes (16 pgs)
  8. The Composition Of The Workforce In Fact And Law Notes The Composition Of The Workforce In Fact And Law Notes (19 pgs)

Total Page Count: 542

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