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November focus: Employment law

It's a practice area that is common to law firms of all sizes, but not one of the most popular options in law school. We're doing our bit to raise its profile by making employment law our focus for November. So dive into our selection of chapters covering thorny issues, hotly debated areas, and the challenges thrown up by the modern ways of working.

Non-subscribers can access the employment law collection freely until 30 November.


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