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Tonia Novitz is a Professor of Labour Law at the University of Bristol Law School in the UK. A graduate of the University of Canterbury (Christchurch, New Zealand) and Balliol College, Oxford, she has held fellowships at the International Institute for Labour Studies (Geneva), the European University Institute (Florence), the University of Melbourne and the University of Auckland. She is currently chair of the steering committee of the international Labour Law Research Network (LLRN), a UK representative on the advisory board of International Lawyers Assisting Workers (ILAW), and a Vice President of the UK Institute of Employment Rights. She was a founding co-director of the Bristol Centre for Law at Work. Her research interests encompass collective labour rights, international and EU trade, sustainability and migration. Her publications have been cited in the Supreme Court of Canada and the UK Supreme Court. Recently, she has written on the relationship between sustainable development and labour standards in the gig economy, as well as the ways in which sustainable development chapters in EU free trade agreements may be enforced.

Research interests

Areas on which Prof. Novitz writes: Labour law, international and EU law, trade, sustainable development, migration, and legal mechanisms for the protection of human rights.

Structured keywords and research groupings

  • Global Political Economy
  • Perspectives on Work
  • Gender Research Group
  • LAW Centre for Law at Work
  • LAW Centre for Law and Enterprise
  • LAW Brexit
  • Migration Mobilities Bristol


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