Employment law in the context of advising schools
This specialist course is aimed at employment lawyers and HR professionals who work with education providers. With a practical focus, this popular course enables the delegate to consider issues specific to the education sector.
In a series of afternoon seminars taking place across the UK, education and employment law specialist Oliver Hyams will cover:
- The Burgundy Book: pitfalls for the unwary
- Continuity of employment for teachers
- Pension rights and obligations: possible problems
- Safeguarding issues: what protection is there for the employee in (a) the law of unfair dismissal, (b) public law, and (c) the law of contract?
- Head teachers' own pay: when might a head teacher err in agreeing to his/her own (high) pay?
- How far can an Ofsted report be used as ammunition against an individual teacher?
- Retirement: when would it be fair to require a teacher or a head teacher to retire?
- Rights (or not?) to legal representation in disciplinary proceedings?
- Duty of care of the employer: how to deal with a single (possibly rogue) governor making life difficult for a head teacher?
The seminars take place:
- In Newcastle on 4th October 2016
- In Leeds on 17th October 2016
- In London on 1st November 2016
For more information regarding cost, timings and venue detail for the different dates, please contact the seminar organiser CLT.Back to Events
Areas of expertise
- Administrative and Public Law
- Arbitration & Mediation
- Clinical Negligence
- Commercial Disputes
- Health & Safety
- Human Rights
- Insurance & Reinsurance
- Personal Injury
- Professional Negligence
- Regulatory & Professional Discipline
- Sports Law
- Telecommunications & IT