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Email

skf21@cam.ac.uk
M.A. (Cantab), BVC, Middle Temple.
Affiliated Lecturer

Interests

Labour law. Clinical negligence. Criminal law. 

CV / Biography

Sarah teaches labour and criminal law.  She is currently undertaking research, alongside Professor Catherine Barnard, on the Free Movement of People funded by the ESRC, UK in a Changing Europe programme.

She has given evidence to the Parliamentary Cross Party Working Group on Independent Complaints and was invited to speak on Radio 4's Unreliable evidence discussing the Gender Pay Gap.

Sarah is also a practising barrister at Cloisters Chambers, London and sits a Recorder. On which see: http://www.cloisters.com/barristers/sarah-fraser-butlin 

Publications

 

Books

Deakin and Morris' Labour Law (with Zoe Adams, Catherine Barnard and Simon Deakin) (Hart Publishing, 2021) 7th Edition

Co-Author/s:
Zoe Adams, Catherine Barnard and Simon Deakin
Publisher:
Hart Publishing
Published Mar 2021

Articles

"The changing status of EU nationals in the UK following Brexit: the lived experience of EU settlement scheme" (2021) Social and Legal Studies, forthcoming

Co-Author/s:
Catherine Barnard and Fiona Costello
Citation:
(2021) Social and Legal Studies, forthcoming
Published: Forthcoming

"Ceding control and taking it back: the origins of free movement in EU law" (2021) ILJ forthcoming

Co-Author/s:
Catherine Barnard
Citation:
(2021) ILJ forthcoming
Published: Forthcoming

"The Rule of Law and Access to the Courts for EU Migrants" (2020) 58(6) JCMS 1621-1634

Co-Author/s:
Catherine Barnard
Citation:
(2020) 58(6) JCMS 1621-1634
Published: Sep 2020

"Cakes in the Supreme Court: Lee v Ashers Baking Company Ltd and Others" [2019] 78 CLJ 280-283

"Beyond Employment Tribunals: Enforcement of Employment Rights by EU-8 Migrant Workers" [2018] ILJ 226-262

Co-Author/s:
C. Barnard and A. Ludlow
Citation:
[2018] ILJ 226-262
Published: Jul 2018

"Worker Status and Vicarious Liability: the need for coherence" University of Cambridge Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 21/2018

Co-Author/s:
R. Allen QC
Citation:
University of Cambridge Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 21/2018
Published: Feb 2018

"Free movement v. Fair movement: Brexit and managed migration" [2018] 55 CML Rev 203-226

Co-Author/s:
Catherine Barnard
Citation:
[2018] 55 CML Rev 203-226
Published: Feb 2018

"The CJEU confused over religion " [2017] 76 CLJ 30

"Are Litigation and Collective Bargaining Complements or Substitutes for Achieving Gender Equality? A Study of the British Equal Pay Act" [2015] 39(2) CJE 381

Co-Author/s:
S. Deakin, C. McLaughlin and A. Polanska
Citation:
[2015] 39(2) CJE 381
Published: Feb 2015

"The missed opportunity of Preston v Methodist Conference" [2017] 43 ILJ 485

"The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: Does the Equality Act 2010 Measure Up to UK International Commitments? " [2011] 40 ILJ 428

Citation:
[2011] 40 ILJ 428
Published: Dec 2011

"The National Minimum Wage: Under threat from an unlikely source? " [2006] 35 ILJ 289

Co-Author/s:
A. Sher
Citation:
[2006] 35 ILJ 289
Published: Sep 2006

Book Chapters

"Where Criminal Law Meets Labour Law: The Effectiveness of Criminal Sanctions to Enforce Labour Rights" (with Catherine Barnard) in Alan Bogg, Jennifer Collins, Mark Freedland and Jonathan Herring (ed(s)), Criminality at Work (OUP, 2020), pp. 70-94

Publisher:
OUP
Pages:
70-94
Published Jan 2020

"Personal Injury" (with C. Glyn QC and T. Burton), Bullen and Leake and Jacob’s Precedents of Pleadings (Sweet and Maxwell, 2017)

Publisher:
Sweet and Maxwell
ISBN 13:
9780414063853
Published Dec 2017

"The Human Rights Act and Judicial Review" (with A. Bradley), Supperstone, Goudie and Walker: Judicial Review (LNUK, 2014)

Publisher:
LNUK
ISBN 13:
9781474306966
Published Oct 2014

"Failed sterilisations", Lewis and Buchan: Clinical negligence (Bloomsbury Professional, 2012)

Publisher:
Bloomsbury Professional
ISBN 13:
9781847666734
Published Mar 2012

"Congenital disabilities", Lewis and Buchan: Clinical negligence (Bloomsbury Professional, 2012)

Publisher:
Bloomsbury Professional
ISBN 13:
9781847666734
Published Mar 2012