Mrs Hannah Saunders
Hannah spent the early years of her career in legal practice specialising in employment law, which included advocacy in the Employment Tribunals. She also acted as Consultant Legal Editor of two major practitioner textbooks (one on personnel management and one on disability law) for several years, responsible for updating the material to reflect changes in the law.
Having left the profession to take up a position at another University, Hannah became a Senior Lecturer and Module Leader on the LLB and Programme Leader of the Graduate Diploma in Law Programme. She was part of a team of two people to gain funding to participate in an HEA study about Digital Residency and learning techniques. Hannah is a Fellow of the HEA and holds the PGCPE.
Her PhD is on legal equality for people with disfigurements in the workplace, which combines both doctrinal and socio-legal research methods, and an aspect of comparative law. She holds a Law school teaching scholarship and teaches Advanced Issues in Employment and Discrimination Law, Law in Practice, and Tort law at Durham. Hannah's PhD is supervised by Professor Aaron Baker and Professor Jane Macnaughton.
- Hannah Saunders (2018), The invisible law of visible difference, Rights in the Modern World. Durham Law School CELLS Conference.
- Saunders, H (2010). British Disability Manual (Hannah acted as Consultant Legal Editor from 2007-2010). Wolters Kluwer.
- Saunders, H (2009). British Personnel Management (Hannah acted as Consultant Legal Editor from 2007-2009). Wolters Kluwer.
- Saunders, Hannah (2018). The invisible law of visible difference: disfigurement in the workplace. Industrial Law Journal
- (2007). Reasonable adjustments for disabled employees. On The Case
- (2012). Struggling to cope with dyslexia. The Financial Times
- (2011). All change for employers? New Business Magazine
- (2011). TUPE Law: Finding a Rescue Package for a Business under Administration? HR Magazine