Nominations are invited for membership of the committee of the Employment Law Bar Association to be received by 5pm on Tuesday 16 April 2013.
There are 6 vacant positions. If there are more than 6 nominations an election will follow.
Nominations must be in writing and be signed by the candidate indicating their willingness to serve on the committee and be signed by a proposer and a seconder.
The candidate, proposer and seconder must be members of the association.
Nominations must be sent to the Returning Officer:
Gavin Mansfield QC
3 Kings Bench Walk North
London EC4Y 7HR
DX: 1047 Chancery Lane
Alternatively a scanned nomination may be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The slides from President Latham’s talk are now available to download.
The President of Employment Tribunals, Judge David Latham will be speaking on the New Rules on 6th March at the LSE New Academic Building in Lincoln’s Inn Fields, starting at 6pm.
On 15th May the AGM will be addressed by Mickey Rubenstein (topic to be confirmed) at Gray’s Inn, starting at 6pm.
Daniel Stilitz QC, of 11KBW, spoke to ELBA on Legal, Litigation and Without Prejudice Privilege on 17th January 2013.
His paper and slides are available to download.
On 16th October 2012 Helen Mountfield QC gave a talk on ‘Public Sector Equality Duties: Where are we now?’.
The slides for her talk are available to download: Public Sector Equality Duties.pdf.
Oxford University Press is offering 20% off its law books for members of ELBA. To take advantage of this offer, go to: www.oup.com/uk/sale/alelba11
The Annual General Meeting of the Employment Law Bar Association will take place on 29th May 2012 at 6.00 pm in the Bingham Room, Gray’s Inn. It will be followed by a talk from His Honour Judge Richardson entitled “EAT Advocacy – the view from Catergory B”
On the morning of the 24th April 2012 ELBA identified a security breach in our website, which appeared to be trying to show visitors spam advertising. We shut down the site and successfully removed the infection.
Please bear with us as we return the site to normal.
No personal data is held on the ELBA website or its webserver. Details of our membership, their contact details, payment details and so on are held separately and have not been affected by this incident.