Employment Law Bulletin

The Employment Law Bulletin keeps you up to date with the latest developments in employment law and is a must for any practitioner or professional dealing with employment law issues. The Bulletin is highly regarded among practitioners and stakeholders in the employment field, including the Courts. Each issue contains articles giving expert practical analysis on themost current and relevant issues in employment law, as well as case notes on key employment decisions.

From 2016, Susan Hornsby-Geluk, one of New Zealand’s leading employment lawyers, has joined the Employment Law Bulletin as General Editor. Susan has introduced several new features to the Bulletin, including Q & As with leaders in the employmentlaw field, as well as a more practical focus.

General Information
General EditorSusan Hornsby-Geluk
Editorial Board and AuthorsGordon Anderson, Bernard Banks, Former Chief Judge Graeme Colgan, Kathryn Dalziel, Geoff Davenport, Alastair Espie, Michael Leggat
Ideal ForSolicitors and Barristers practising employment law, unions, employer associations, employment advocates, law libraries, university libraries, public libraries, companies, HR professionals
FormatA4 Hardcopy Bulletin and Online. 12-30 Pages per issue. The bulletin can be purchased separately or as part of the Employment Law Collection
ServicingSix issues per year






Susan Hornsby-Geluk
Partner, Dundas Street Employment Lawyers

Susan is consistently recognised in the NZ marketplace as the “go to” lawyer for complex / strategic / high profile matters and her work is largely at Chief Executive – Board level. She is also one of the sharpest strategists and litigators in the employment law sphere.

Leading the Dundas Street team, Susan has over 20 years’ experience as a specialist Employment lawyer. Her extensive experience and formidable reputation combine to make her a respected advocate and adviser, whether around the bargaining table, acting in disputes or appearing before the court.

Susan maintains a high profile, regularly chairing and speaking at industry conferences, as a commentator in the media, and in her regular Employment Law column in the DominionPost.  Her appointment as General Editor of the Employment Law Bulletin reflects the depth of her legal knowledge and her practical and direct approach.

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