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Dr Rachel Horton

Name:
Dr Rachel Horton
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Lecturer
Rachel Horton

Contact

Responsibilities

School Academic Disability Representative. Rachel also coordinates the annual student negotiation competition.

Teaching

Rachel is module convenor for Contract Law and the Writing Credit Pro Bono and Placement Module. She also teaches on the following modules:

  • Employment Law
  • Medical Law
  • Gender and Law
  • Criminal Justice

Areas of Interest

Discrimination Law, Employment Law, Gender and Law

Research groups / Centres

Publications

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Conference Papers

  • 'Work and Care in the EU - a case for regulation?' presented at the Work and Family Research Network conference, New York, 20 June 2014
  • 'A Dignified Exit? The Dignity and Indignity of Mandatory Retirement' presented at the Middlesex University/Adapt Conference on Vulnerable Workers and Precarious work in a Changing world at Middlesex University, 11 September 2012
  • 'Protection and fault: the role of strict liability in employment regulation' presented at the SLS conference, 9 September 2009

Qualifications

BA (Oxford), MPhil (Oxford), LLM (Middlesex), PhD (Middlesex), Solicitor (non-practicing)

Biographical Details

Rachel joined the Law School in 2005 having previously practiced as a solicitor specialising in employment and discrimination law. Her PhD (2015) explores the legal justification of age discrimination in health care and challenges the arguments that age is 'different' from other characteristics protected by equality legislation. Her research interests also include policy and legislation governing carers in the workplace.

Rachel is the UK gender equality law expert for the European Equality in Law Network - a network of legal experts from 35 countries providing information to the European Commission on gender equality and non-discrimination issues.

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