Industrial Law Society: evening events this week

As you may know, the Society is hosting numerous evening meetings this week which are taking place in Nottingham, Sheffield, Newcastle and Leeds.

I am writing to remind you about the sessions as detailed below and to advise you that there is still time to sign up to attend them if you have not already done so.

For full details of each meeting and to pre-book attendance please click on the blue links below.

[Nottingham** ](https://www.industriallawsociety.org.uk/ils_events/156)**Wednesday 21 November 2018 Duty of Fidelity and Fiduciary Duties Ed Beever, Barrister, St Philips Chambers

[Sheffield** ](https://www.industriallawsociety.org.uk/ils_events/142)**Wednesday 21 November 2018 Uber and Luddism: Reflections from History on Law, Democracy, and Technological Change Simon Deakin, Professor of Law, University of Cambridge and Editor ILJ

[Newcastle** ](https://www.industriallawsociety.org.uk/ils_events/124)**Wednesday 21 November 2018 Burchell under threat: a look at conduct related dismissals and the Burchell test Seamus Sweeny, Barrister, Parklane Plowden

Leeds Thursday 22 November 2018 Uber and Luddism: Reflections from History on Law, Democracy, and Technological Change Simon Deakin, Professor of Law, University of Cambridge and Editor ILJ

Each meeting offers 1.5 CPD hours accreditation and they are open to both members and non-members of the Society.

Kindest regards

Jean Hughes Co-ordinator, ILS

Published: 19/11/2018 18:15

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