Equality Law Reports
Welcome to Equality Law Reports
The Equality Act has brought into force some of the biggest changes to discrimination law seen in a long time. Not only is it challenging our understanding of existing concepts, but it has introduced new concepts which are fundamentally changing the way that discrimination law is handled. It is shaping the development of legal principles at a time when there is an increasing number of discrimination law cases being brought to court.
Equality Law Reports gives you access to the decisions that the EAT, the UK appellate courts and the European Courts are making, not just employment discrimination but also about non-employment discrimination including access to goods, facilities and services, education, housing and the public sector equality duty. Covering more discrimination cases than any other product on the market, EqLR keeps you up to date with how the tribunals and courts are interpreting the new legislation in what is now an increasingly complex area of law.
EqLR online gives you access to the current issue and a growing archive of past issues and case reports from both employment and non-employment discrimination cases, all with detailed commentary and headnotes.
More information on Equality Law Reports can be found at www.rubensteinpublishing.com/eqlr or take a look at a PDF of EqLR here (opens in new window).
We are pleased to introduce our new blog, Michael Rubenstein Presents ... Expertise on equality, diversity and discrimination law, accessible at: blog.rubensteinpublishing.com. We encourage you to view the postings on developments in diversity and equality law, written by experts including Michael Rubenstein, Darren Newman, Sue Johnstone, and others.
On the site
Navigate via the left-hand menu to find ...
- Current issue: view the latest issue of Equality Law Reports.
- Search cases: Key discrimination cases from the EAT, Court of Appeal, ECJ and others and EqLR's unique coverage of selected employment tribunal decisions, edited by Katherine Tucker, employment judge and Sarah George, barrister St Phillips Chambers, and with detailed commentary from the general editor, Michael Rubenstein.
- Browse topics: Search through all discrimination topics to find the information you need.
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Equal Opportunities Review
Equal Opportunities Review (EOR) is the market leading journal on equality, diversity and discrimination law and practice. It has been publishing for 25 years and has over 200 issues under its belt. With a fully searchable website, www.eordirect.co.uk, holding an extensive archive of all EOR issues, the service offers our customers an accurate, authoritative and up to date set of information with which to keep on top of the rapidly changing area of law. A subscription to EOR includes full access to EOR Online.
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Michael Rubenstein Publishing
Michael Rubenstein Publishing is a small independent publisher with a commitment to producing the most authoritative and up-to-date information on discrimination law and to delivering the highest standards of customer services. Our publisher is Michael Rubenstein, one of the UK's leading authorities in this complex area of law, who also writes for all of our titles.
Established in October 2007, its portfolio of titles includes the leading journal Equal Opportunities Review, the new series of law reports on discrimination law, Equality Law Reports and the annual publication Discrimination: A Guide to the Relevant Case Law.
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