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Books by Robert Spicer

Mr Spicer’s current academic research into the deficiencies of the English legal system can be found here. This new book argues that money is the key to understanding the English legal system and that English law needs to be simplified.

Conspiracy Law, Class and Society (Lawrence & Wishart 1981)

Editor, Health and Safety Case Law (Croner)

Death and Injury at Work (CLT Professional Publishing, 1995)

Negligence at Work (CLT Professional Publishing, 1995)

Health and Safety at Work (CLT Professional Publishing, 1995)

Sex Discrimination at Work (CLT Professional Publishing, 1995)

Race Discrimination at Work (CLT Professional Publishing, 1995)

How To Know Your Rights at Work (Second edition, How To Books, 1995)

Tribunal Awards and Remedies in Employment (CLT Professional Publishing, 1998)

Workplace Stress: the Legal Essentials (self-published 2002)

Law (Self-published, 2014)

Papers by Polly Lord

The “precarious employer”? Farmer as case study. Presented at SLSA Conference, Lancaster University, 6th April 2016