The University of Bristol launched the Centre for Law at Work in 2018. The Centre aims to establish the University of Bristol Law School as a centre of excellence in the study of law at work. The Centre embraces a wide range of methodological approaches and a collaborative research and teaching environment. Professors Alan Bogg and Tonia Novitz were the inaugural co-directors of the new Centre, and it is supported by a group of legal scholars based at Bristol who are exploring the different legal dimensions of work.
The Centre was formally launched at its first workshop, Criminality at Work, a major scholarly project examining the interface between criminal law and the regulation of work. More details of the workshop can be found here: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/law/events/2018/criminality-at-work.html
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