Lorna Dibble

University of Strathclyde

Employment Advice Provision in a Changing Landscape: A Critical Analysis

Academic History:

2008 - 2012 Bachelor of Law with Honours (Llb) 2.1

2012 - 2013 Diploma in Professional Legal Practice

2014 - 2015 Llm in Employment & Labour law studies


Professor Nicole Busby

Dr Emily Rose

Research Interests:

  • Employment & labour law
  • Collective labour law
  • Equality law
  • Access to justice issues

Previous Research Projects:

“The Temporary Agency Workers Directive 2010; a UK perspective”

“The changing employment law landscape”- Llm thesis.

I was also a research assistant for 'New Sites of Legal Consciousness: Citizens Advice Bureau & Employment Disputes', a large-scale four-year project, which focused on the experiences & perceptions of claimants to the ET.


My Llm was part funded by a grant from the Clark Foundation, a charitable trust whose purpose is to "promote & advance the legal & business education & training of Scots lawyers & students of Scots law".

My PhD is fully funded by an AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership Scotland Studentship.

Contact Details:

Address: Lord Hope Building, University of Strathclyde, 141 St James Road, Glasgow G4 0LT

Email: Lorna.h.dibble@strath.ac.uk

First published: 14 November 2016