Sources and institutions of employment law
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  22. Dickens, ‘ETs and ADR’ in L. Dickens (ed.), Making Employment Rights Effective (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2012) 29.
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  26. Mangan, ‘Employment Tribunal Reforms to Boost the Economy (2013) 42 Industrial Law Journal 409.
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  31. Koukiadaki, ‘The Far-Reaching Implications of the Laval Quartet: The Case of the UK Living Wage (2014) 43 Industrial Law Journal 91.
  32. Mangan, ‘Assessing Employment Tribunal Awards (2014) 43 Industrial Law Journal 212.
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  35. Mummé, ‘Property in Labor and the Limits of Contract’ in U. Mattei and J. Haskell (eds.) The Research Handbook on Political Economy and Law (Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2015) 400.
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  37. Rodgers, ‘The Interpretation of Article 6 ECHR and Access to Justice for Public Employees’ (2015) 40 European Law Review 563.
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  41. Ford, ‘The Effect of Brexit on Workers’ Rights’ (2016) 27 King’s Law Journal 398.
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  43. Adams and J. Prassl, ‘Vexatious Claims: Challenging the Case for Employment Tribunal Fees’ (2017) 80 Modern Law Review 412.
  44. Barmes, ‘Bullying and Behavioural Conflict at Work: The Duality of Individual Rights’ (2017) 44 Journal of Law and Society 702.
  45. Rose and N. Busby, ‘Power Relations in Employment Disputes’ (2017) 44 Journal of Law and Society 674.
  46. Barnard, A. Ludlow and S. Fraser Butlin, ‘Beyond Employment Tribunals: Enforcement of Employment Rights by EU-8 Migrant Workers’ (2018) 47 Industrial Law Journal 226.
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  48. Kirk, ‘The ‘Problem’ with the Employment Tribunal System: Reform, Rhetoric and Realities for the Clients of Citizens’ Advice Bureaux’ (2018) 32 Work, Employment and Society 975.
  49. Ford, ‘Employment Tribunal Fees and the Rule of Law: R (Unison) v Lord Chancellor in the Supreme Court’ (2018) 47 Industrial Law Journal 1.
  50. Bogg, ‘The Common Law Constitution at Work: R (on the application of Unison) v Lord Chancellor’ (2018) 81 Modern Law Review 509.
  51. P Collins, “The Inadequate Protection of Human Rights in Unfair Dismissal Law” (2018) 47 Industrial Law Journal
  52. J Atkinson, “Workplace Monitoring and the Right to Private Life at Work” (2018) 81 Modern Law Review
  53. C E M Jarvis, “Barbulescu v Romania: Why There is no Room for Complacency When it Comes to Privacy Rights in the Workplace” (2018) 47 Industrial Law Journal
  54. C Barnard, “So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, Adieu: Brexit and the Charter of Fundamental Rights” (2019) 82 Modern Law Review
  55. Atkinson, ‘Implied Terms and Human Rights in the Contract of Employment’ (2019) 48 Industrial Law Journal 515.
  56. P Collins and P Fradley, “Policing the Boundaries of Articles 8 and 11 ECHR” (2019) 48 Industrial Law Journal
  57. Sir Philip Sales, ‘The Common Law: Context and Method’ (2019) 135 Law Quarterly Review
  58. Busby and M. McDermont, ‘Fighting with the Wind: Claimants’ Experiences and Perceptions of the Employment Tribunal’ (2020) 49 Industrial Law Journal 159.