Centre for Law at Work Exploratory Workshop 'Employment Status in the Gig Economy'
Lady Hale Moot Court, 8-10 Berkeley Square
The Centre for Law at Work will be hosting an exploratory workshop on 'Employment Status in the Gig Economy: Courts and Legislation'.
The programme consists of the following panel discussions: ‘A new statutory definition for the worker category’; 'Case Law on employment status: recent developments in Deliveroo and Uber’; 'Tax and employment status’, and ‘Grassroots organising in the gig economy: Protest and Resistance’.
Each responds to new developments in this rapidly changing field of study and could be the focus of a smaller project or together these strands could form part of a larger research grant to the AHRC/ESRC or the Leverhulme Trust.
The format of each panel will be discursive - speakers to share their thoughts, and then the chair will open up key themes for discussion by the audience consisting of a mix of students, academics and policy makers. The final panel will consist of comments and observations from the Centre’s current six advisory board members.
Please click here for the full Gig Economy Agenda (PDF, 157kB)
We are looking forward to welcoming speakers such as Julia Lopez and Eusebi Colas (UPF, Barcelona), Vincenzo Pietrogiovanni (Lund), Colin Fenwick (International Labour Organisation) and Keith Ewing (KCL). A fabulous cohort of speakers from Oxford will also be joining us, including Abi Adams, Anne Davies, Judith Freedman and Mark Freedland. Sandy Fredman will be giving the evening keynote address.
To register for this event please click here.
For further information on this event, please contact Paige Spicer