New Zealand Employment Law Reports

New Zealand Employment Law Reports




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The New Zealand Employment Law Reports is a specialist law report series that focuses on employment law. It includes cases that relate to the common law rights and obligations of employees and employers; classification of employment relationships; freedom of association, the negotiation and operation of individual employment agreements and collective agreements, industrial action, personal grievances, and wages; the role of the employment institutions; human rights law covering discrimination and harassment in the workplace; health and safety law; and work-related accident compensation issues. The publication covers important decisions from the Employment Court and other relevant decisions from senior courts in New Zealand, with coverage beginning in 1998.

General Information

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Legal practitioners and academic institutions

  • Abbreviation: NZELR
  • Years covered: Coverage from 1998 onwards.
  • Format: Online
  • Annual publishing frequency: Approximately 12 parts per year
  • Court Coverage: Employment Court, Supreme Court, Court of Appeal and High Court of New Zealand.
  • General Editor: The General Editor is John Hughes. He has worked in private practice, specialising in employment law, social security, and personal injury law, and has taught at universities in the UK and Aotearoa New Zealand. He is the author of Labour Law in New Zealand and contributing author to the LexisNexis publications Mazengarb’s Employment Law and Personal Grievances.

Why you should subscribe to this publication

  • Given the specialist nature of this publication, it is particularly invaluable to those working in employment law as legal practitioners, employment advisors, in government, or in other capacities. It is also useful to those interested in employment law from an academic perspective as it covers all important employment law decisions in New Zealand since 1998.
  • The court coverage focuses on important decisions from the Employment Court but also includes relevant cases from all other senior courts in New Zealand.
  • The General Editor has extensive experience in covering the development of employment law in New Zealand from a practical standpoint, having contributed to multiple employment law publications by LexisNexis, such as Mazengarb’s Employment Law and Personal Grievances.

New Zealand Employment Law Reports

31 May 2023 07:03

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