Dr Catriona Cannon

  • Lecturer (School of Law)

Biography

Catriona joined the School of Law as a Lecturer in Commercial Law in November 2018. She has a PhD (2018) and a LL.B with Honours in Scots Law (2003) from the University of Glasgow and a Diploma in Legal Practice (2004) from the Glasgow Graduate School of Law. After completing a legal traineeship, she worked for many years in commercial legal practice as a qualified solicitor specialising in Employment Law.

Her research interests are primarily in the areas of Labour Law and Anti-Discrimination Law. Her PhD thesis considers the exceptions to the equality in employment principle afforded to religious employers in Great Britain. Using comparative and empirical methodologies, she makes a case for applying freedom of association principle to their interpretation.

She teaches both commercial and private law subjects in the School and is a member of the School’s Law Reform and Public Policy research group.

Research interests

Catriona’s research interests are primarily in Labour Law and Anti-Discrimination law.  She has a particular interest in researching issues pertaining to religion or belief in the workplace and in using empirical and comparative methodologies.

Publications

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Number of items: 6.

2021

Cannon, C. (2021) “Fire and re-hire”: retain, abolish, or reform? Green's Employment Law Bulletin, 164, pp. 1-4.

Cannon, C. (2021) Freedom of religious association: towards a purposive interpretation of the employment equality exceptions. Industrial Law Journal, 50(1), pp. 1-35. (doi: 10.1093/indlaw/dwz025)

2019

Cannon, C. (2019) Brexit and discrimination law. Employment Law Bulletin, 150, pp. 2-4.

2016

Dukes, R. and Cannon, C. (2016) The role of social partners. In: Bogg, A., Costello, C. and Davies, A.C.L. (eds.) Edward Elgar Research Handbook on European Labour Law. Series: Research handbooks in European law series. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, pp. 89-113. ISBN 9781783471119

Cannon, C. (2016) Which beliefs merit accommodation in the workplace. Records of the Scottish Church History Society, 45, pp. 132-153.

2015

Cannon, C. (2015) Religion and competing interests in the workplace and service delivery. Employment Law Bulletin, 128, pp. 3-5.

This list was generated on Wed Jan 26 06:58:59 2022 GMT.
Number of items: 6.

Articles

Cannon, C. (2021) “Fire and re-hire”: retain, abolish, or reform? Green's Employment Law Bulletin, 164, pp. 1-4.

Cannon, C. (2021) Freedom of religious association: towards a purposive interpretation of the employment equality exceptions. Industrial Law Journal, 50(1), pp. 1-35. (doi: 10.1093/indlaw/dwz025)

Cannon, C. (2019) Brexit and discrimination law. Employment Law Bulletin, 150, pp. 2-4.

Cannon, C. (2016) Which beliefs merit accommodation in the workplace. Records of the Scottish Church History Society, 45, pp. 132-153.

Cannon, C. (2015) Religion and competing interests in the workplace and service delivery. Employment Law Bulletin, 128, pp. 3-5.

Book Sections

Dukes, R. and Cannon, C. (2016) The role of social partners. In: Bogg, A., Costello, C. and Davies, A.C.L. (eds.) Edward Elgar Research Handbook on European Labour Law. Series: Research handbooks in European law series. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, pp. 89-113. ISBN 9781783471119

This list was generated on Wed Jan 26 06:58:59 2022 GMT.

Supervision

Research students under supervision

Elizabeth Devlin - 'Women in Corporate Law' (LLM by Research)

  • Marshall, Kim
    Comparative Equality: An evaluation of the law relating to disability and employment in the UK, Germany and the European Union

Teaching

Commercial Law

Elements of Law for Engineers

Business Organisations (Tutor)

Obligations 1B (Tutor)

Property, Trusts and Succession (Tutor)