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Employment law


Employment law



Our Employment Law tutors are specialists in a number of courses and disciplines offered in university law programmes. Law continues to be a very respected topic and a highly sought-after academic discipline. It is worth its weight in gold in and of itself. For many law graduates, their degree is valuable currency when it comes to finding work in a variety of fields. This is why many students would seek the assistance of a legal tutor.

A  Employment Law Tutor is always eager to educate and share their knowledge and profession in a number of situations, both face to face and online. Our law tutors offer tuition in a range of courses, including the LLB, the  and the Master of Laws (LLM), Bar course and the LPC which is soon to be replaced with the SQE. As is the case with the majority of businesses and practises in the legal profession, a law tutor will adopt a hybrid working model that enables his pupils to work remotely on days when they are not required to attend lectures, allowing them to maintain a more healthy study-life balance.


At first look, Employment Law may appear confusing and varied, particularly for business owners who must navigate UK employment law while continuing to operate and expand their day-to-day operations. Employment law exist to safeguard companies by defining their responsibility to their employees and the protections available to them as business owners. They ensure that the job relationship is equitable for both sides.

Thus, Employment Law in the United Kingdom protect organisations by establishing principles for what should be included in a contract – such as holiday entitlement, disciplinary regulations, and formal notice periods. Employers benefit from contracts because they provide clarity and a point of reference to ensure that both employee and employer are singing from the same hymn sheet.

On the other side, UK employment regulations exist to safeguard employees from discriminatory hiring practices to workplace behavior and fair pay. For instance, firms in the United Kingdom are required to pay the National Minimum Wage based on an employee's age, and all employees above the age of 23 are also entitled to the National Living Wage.

Employees are protected under the Equality Act 2010, which forbids discrimination against applicants (and employees) on the basis of nine protected characteristics, including gender, race, and disability. When a member of staff joins the team, they are also covered by Health and Safety rules, as outlined in the 1974 Health and Safety at Work Act. These safeguards ensure that all employees have a right to a safe working environment.



If you are looking for an Employment Law tutor, look no further! Our founder and most senior tutor stared Private Law Tutor in 2010. He is a Barrister and a member of Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn.


His practice area is Employment Law and he has always used his legal and advocacy abilities to assist others by tutoring, providing free legal advice, and representing them pro bono in all employment situations wherever possible. He has been involved in countless complicated cases with a lot of success.


As an Employment Law practitioner he has many years’ experience appearing before Employment Judges while also teaching students as an Employment Law tutor. If you need help with employment law and need tutoring or advice get in touch. 

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