Emeritus Professor of Employment Law
Mark Freedland is a Reader in Employment Law with the title of Professor; his university teaching is in the fields of Labour Law, International and European Employment Law, and Comparative Public Law.
He is also a Fellow and one of the Law Tutors at St John's College. He has acted as the Director of Graduate Studies for the Law Faculty, as Vice-Chair of the Law Board, and as Director of the Institute of European and Comparative Law: he is currently a Deputy Director of the IECL and is the Convenor responsible for organising the Course in Legal Research Method. In recent years he has held visiting professorships at the Universities of Paris I, and Paris II.
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M R Freedland, 'Employment equality and personal work relations – a critique of Jivraj v Hashwani' (2012) 56 Industrial Law Journal
M R Freedland, 'The Legal Characterization of Personal Work Relations and the Idea of Labour Law' in Davidov and Langille (eds), Idea of Labour Law (OUP 2011)
M R Freedland and N Kountouris, The Legal Construction of Personal Work Relations (OUP 2011)
M R Freedland, 'Employment Law' in Bell, Boyron and Whittaker (eds), Principles of French Law (OUP 2008)
Research: Labour Law (especially recent legislative history), The Law of Trusts and Fiduciary Obligations (especially occupational pension schemes), Public Law (especially legal aspects of public administration)