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Michael Rubenstein Publishing is an independent legal publisher with a commitment to producing the most authoritative and up-to-date information on discrimination law and to delivering the highest standards of customer services. Our publisher is Michael Rubenstein, one of the UK's leading authorities in this complex area of law, who also writes for all of our titles. Our products will help your organisation, and those you advise, stay on top of changes, stay compliant and stay out of the courts! 

Book now for the Conference: "22 QC's ... on the hot employment law issues for 2014-2015"

Taking place 9-10 October 2014 at The Strand Palace Hotel: View the agenda and speakers' list here.

A limited number of delegate places are still available for either one day (£449 + VAT) or both days (£799 + VAT) Register your delegate place now!


We are pleased to introduce our new blog, Michael Rubenstein Presents ... Expertise on equality, diversity and discrimination law, accessible at: We encourage you to view the postings on developments in diversity and equality law, written by experts including Michael Rubenstein, Darren Newman, Sue Johnstone, and others.

Equal Opportunities Review

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Equal Opportunities Review (EOR) is the market leading journal on equality, diversity and discrimination law and practice. It has been publishing for 25 years and has over 200 issues under its belt. With a fully searchable website,, holding an extensive archive of all EOR issues, the service offers our customers an accurate, authoritative and up to date set of information with which to keep on top of the rapidly changing area of law.

A subscription to EOR includes full access to EOR Online (, our online research tool. It is an archive of all past issues of EOR, which can be searched to find the information you need quickly and easily.

Find out more about Equal Opportunities Review

Equality Law Reports

Equality Law Reports (EqLR) is the latest product to be launched by Michael Rubenstein Publishing.

EqLR delivers, direct to your desktop, case reports on all areas of discrimination law. EqLR goes beyond just employment discrimination, and reports on non-employment discrimination cases, including access to goods, facilities and services, housing, education and the public sector equality duty. EqLR is available online, with the extra option of receiving it in print too.

Find out more about Equality Law Reports

Discrimination: A Guide to the Relevant Case Law

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The newly published 27th edition of Discrimination: A Guide to the Relevant Case Law by Michael Rubenstein has been completely revised to reflect the new structure of discrimination law following the Equality Act 2010. It continues to extract the main principles from the most significant employment discrimination cases and translates these into a vital resource for those advising, acting or adjudicating in this area.

The Discrimination Guide is free with a subscription to Equal Opportunities Review. Alternatively you can buy individual copies of the Guide for £110.

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Latest News

In September/October's issue (EqLR)
This edition of Equality Law Reports covers 20 discrimination cases. (05 Sep 2014)

In August/September's issue (EOR 250)
This month we continue to analyse the data from our survey of compensation awarded in discrimination cases in 2013. We also have a focus on disability issues in our three case studies. (...more)(26 Jul 2014)

In July/August's issue (EqLR)
This edition of Equality Law Reports covers 22 discrimination cases. (28 Jun 2014)

In July's issue (EOR 249)
Our main feature this month is the first part of our annual round-up of compensation awards. We also have two case studies on a gender diversity programme and agile working. (21 Jun 2014)

In June's issue (EOR 248)
We have a feature on the, now compulsory, Early Conciliation scheme, looking at its potential impact in discrimination cases. Our case studies are on LGBT measures at Tate and support for dyslexic employees at Transport for London.(24 May 2014)

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