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Philippa Collins is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Bristol. Her research interests are in the fields of employment law and human rights law. Philippa received her doctorate from the University of Oxford, Brasenose College, and her project was funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council. Philippa was awarded the Bachelor of Civil Law (St Catherine's College, Oxford) and completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Birmingham.
The role of human rights in labour (law) 1: Why must we protect the human rights of workers? 2: The role of human rights in labour law 3: Labour law, the ECHR and the states' positive obligations Under pressure - the current framework of labour rights 4: The existing patchwork of rights protection 5: The relational scope of labour rights: employees only? 6: Human rights and the law of unfair dismissal The future of human rights at work 7: Human rights and the common law of the contract of employment 8: The merits of contractual human rights protection 9: A bill of rights for workers