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Employment Law: Practice and Procedure will look at modern working practices in the UK including the "gig economy" and zero hours contracts. It will examine the most common claims presented to the Employment Tribunal. The module will demonstrate how such claims are brought (and defended), the process leading up to a tribunal hearing and what to expect at a final hearing. Students will then be expected to run (in groups) a number of evening sessions (one or two per student depending on numbers) to members of the public who are either thinking about bringing a claim to the tribunal or who are preparing for a hearing as a litigant in person. Students will not be required to represent the claimants in the Employment Tribunal.

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