Employment Law


Employment Law is a joint focus of both the Law Faculty and Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies within the Faculty of Economics and Business. Areas of research will appeal to both lawyers and those who wish to specialise in employment and industrial law.


Professor Joellen Riley, Associate Professor Belinda Smith, Professor Shae McCrystal

Research Location

Sydney Law School

Program Type



Areas of research focus include:- Individual Employee Relations- Collective Employee Relations- Employment & Industrial Law- Labour Law- Comparative Industrial Law- Work Safety- Trade Union Law- Anti- Discrimination Law- Work and the Family

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Labour Law, Industrial Law, Employment Law, Work Safety, Anti-Discrimination Law, Trade Union Law, Collective Bargaining, Individual Bargaining, industrial relations

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The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 493

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