November 2017

Conference - Fourth Biennial Labour Law Conference


The conference will focus on labour law in transition in a global and technological world this theme is intended to encompass new developments and emerging areas in labour law.

Papers will cover a wide-range of topics including:
De-regulation of the workplace and competitive attitude to employment issues
Aspects and implications of the recent amendments of the health and safety
Workplace stress, bullying and harassment
Restructuring, redundancy and redeployment
Modern workplace environment and cyber-work
Equality, human rights and precarious work.

Professor Judy Fudge, a Professor of Employment and Labour Law at Kent Law School in UK, will give the keynote address. She has an international background and has worked with compatible jurisdictions to New Zealand.

About Professor Judy Fudge
Conference details

The Law Foundation is providing up to $5,700 towards bringing Professor Fudge to New Zealand, and $2,700 towards travel costs for students to attend.