I joined the University of Leicester as a lecturer in law in 2013 prior to which I taught law at Birmingham City University. I teach undergraduate and postgraduate Labour Law and I am Deputy Director of the DL LLM Employment Law course.
My research is in international and European labour law and the conjunction between labour law and legal theory. I have a particular interest in the application of vulnerability theory to labour law and I am currently investigating the interaction between health and safety and labour law in the coronavirus pandemic and I am also writing a book on Labour Law and Social Justice.
L Rodgers, The ILO, Social Contracts and the Human-Centred Approach to Work (2021) Kings Law Journal.. Published online 27 July 2021. https://doi.org/10.1080/09615768.2021.1951497
L Rodgers (forthcoming) Re-imagining state responsibility for workers following COVID-19: a vulnerability approach International Journal of Discrimination and the Law Special Issue. Published online 21 July 2021. https://doi.org/10.1177/13582291211031377
L Rodgers FCO v Bamieh and the Personal Liability of Co-workers in the Context of Whistleblowing (2020) 49 (3) Industrial Law Journal 412-429. https://doi.org/10.1093/indlaw/dwaa011
Rodgers, L. 'Recognising the Person at Work: the Case for a Relational Approach to Autonomy' In: The Value of Work and its Rules between Innovation and Tradition (ADAPT 2020)
L Rodgers, UbÃrisation du travail - dÃveloppements de cas au Royaume-Uni (2019) 2019/2 Revue de droit comparÃ du travail et de la sÃcuritÃ sociale 48-60
L Rodgers, Theorising labour law in the state of exception: political and judicial responses to crisis in A Blackham, M Kullman and A Zybszewska Theorising Labour Law in a Changing World: Towards Inclusive Labour Law (Hart 2019) 37-53
L Rodgers, Labour Law and Vulnerability in D Bedford and J Herring (eds) Embracing Vulnerability: The Implications and Challenges for Law (Routledge 2019)
L Rodgers, 'State Immunity and Employment Relationships before the European Court of Human Rights' (2018) ERA Forum. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12027-018-0529-0
L Rodgers, the Operation of Labour Law as the Exception: the case of Public Procurement in A Sanchez-Graells (eds) Smart Public Procurement and Labour Standards: Pushing the Discussion after Regiopost (Hart Publishing 2018) 141-163
L Rodgers, 'The Inviolability of Diplomatic Agents in the Context of Employment' in P Behrens (ed) Diplomatic Law in a New Millenium (OUP 2017) 113-131
LLB Employment Law
LLM Employment Law by distance learning
I would be happy to be contacted about any aspect of UK or international labour law health and safety law and labour law in the pandemic.