Mr Andrew Hambler
Andrew Hambler is a senior lecturer in human resources and employment law at the University of Sunderland. He holds an LLM (Distinction) in Law and Employment Relations from Leicester University (2008); an MSc in Human Resource Management from UMIST (2003) and a BA (Hons) History from Durham (St John's College, 1995).
Andrew is a part time doctoral student under the supervision of Prof Ian Leigh and Mr Tufyal Choudhury. He is researching the state interest in intervening to support or suppress religious expression in the United Kingdom workplace. He has presented his research to law and religion conferences in Cardiff and Oxford and in law and religion interest journals. In addition, he regularly contributes employment law case commentaries to the journal Law and Justice.
Human Rights Centre
- Employment law
- Religion and law
- Hambler, A. (2009). A Book Review of Vickers, L. Religious Freedom, Religious Discrimination and the Workplace. Ecclesiastical Law Journal 220 – 222.
Journal papers: academic
- Hambler, A. (2008). A Private Matter? Evolving approaches to the freedom to manifest religious convictions in the workplace. Religion and Human Rights 3: 111-133.