Senior Lecturer in Law
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MA (Cantab.), LLM (Edinburgh)
Pauline Roberts was born in Denbigh, North Wales.
Having previously qualified and worked as a solicitor, she spent six months as a Research Assistant at the Law Commission before coming to Cardiff in 1995.
Her areas of specialist interest are Discrimination, Employment Law and Company Law.
|May 2011||Time off in emergencies, flexibility and equality: carers in the workplace||Contemporary Issues in Labour Law seminar, Kingston University|
|April 2010||School Exclusion and the Disability Discrimination Act: individual and collective responses to disability-related behaviour||SLSA Annual Conference, University of the West of England, Bristol|
|September 2006||Public authorities and their duty to promote race equality: the impact on the workplace||Society of Legal Scholars Conference|
|September 2003||Sexual Orientation Discrimination: The Employment Equality (Sexual Orientation) Regulations 2003||Society of Legal Scholars Conference, Oxford|
|September 2003||The Employment Equality (Sexual Orientation) Regulations 2003: A legislative overview||The Stonewell Conference/Equal Opportunities Commission Equality Exchange Seminars, Cardiff|
|May 2003||‘Discrimination: Sexual Orientation - looking at the shape of the new law’||The Employment Lawyers' Association|
|April 2001||Racism and Police Investigations: Individual Redress and Collective Change after the Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000 (with Stewart Field)||Sociolegal Studies Annual Conference, Bristol|
|February 2001||Racism and Police Investigations: Individual Redress and Collective Change after the Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000 (with Stewart Field)||Gregynog & SLSA|
|February 1997||A review of British and US Disability Discrimination Legislation (joint paper)||University of Wales' Law Faculties' Meeting, Gregynog|
University of Innsbruck, 2009.
Charles University, Prague, 2003.
Université de Picardie, Jules Verne, Amiens, 2003.
Konstanz University, 2003.
Industrial Law Society, Employment Lawyers Association, SLS
Research Assistant - Company and Commercial Team, Law Commission, London, 1995.
Trainee Solicitor and Assistant Solicitor, Linklaters & Paines, London, 1990-1993.
Assistant editor of Legal Studies, the Journal of the Society of Legal Scholars (editors Celia Wells and Derek Morgan), 1999-2001.
Introduced 'Discrimination and Law' as an undergraduate module, 1998.