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I have been reading Usefully Employed’s blog pretty much since it started. It was always an interesting read on employment matters and broader topics. But I have to say that since March, with a redesign, some added features like an EAT decisions feed, and frequent, superbly clear and well written posts on Tribunal, EAT and statutory employment related matters, it has really come in to its own. Try the post on the contentious Christian Registrar case Ladele v LB Islington as a sample.

I do feel that there are still far too few substantive law blogs existing in the UK, certainly outside those dealing with IP law. Those that do exist should be celebrated, not least because it is hard work to keep one going. When they are done with clarity and elegance, it is worthy of note. I would therefore like to commend Usefully Employed to you as a first rate law blog.

(Disclaimer – I am not an employment lawyer, so make of that what you will, and we both share a fondness for the WordPress K2 theme. Oh and UE has left a pleasant comment on this blog on occasion. No money has changed hands).

Giles Peaker is a solicitor and partner in the Housing and Public Law team at Anthony Gold Solicitors in South London. You can find him on Linkedin and on Twitter. Known as NL round these parts.


  1. Usefully Employed

    Aw shucks. I could get used to our appreciation swap shop!

    Right, everyone else out there, you heard. Get blogging!


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