An Employment Tribunal Judge with over two decades of experience as a solicitor, and mediator, will deliver a practical guide to early conciliation at Robert Gordon University (RGU).
Alexander Green will provide a Tribunal Judge's perspective on early conciliation – giving an overview of what it's all about, including pros and cons, at RGU's Aberdeen Business School as part of the Law School's series of Employment Law and Practice updates.
Alison Stuart, the course leader for the Employment Law and Practice LLM, said: "If you are involved in Employment Tribunal cases or provide employment law advice, this is an ideal opportunity to learn how to make conciliation work for you, whatever party you're representing."
Alexander is a Judge in the Employment Tribunal in England & Wales (as well as a judge in the First Tier Immigration and Asylum Chamber). He has been a qualified solicitor and mediator for 21 years, both north and south of the border. For the last eight years he has run his own boutique law practice called The Law Agency which provides commercial legal advice to a wide range of clients in the oil and gas industry, the aviation industry, as well as a number of charities and social enterprise.
For several years, Alexander has been a tutor at RGU teaching employment law, mediation and professional ethics to postgraduate students.
Alexander is also the procurator fiscal for the Court of the Lord Lyon, which is Scotland's oldest court.
The talk will be held at RGU's Aberdeen Business School in the lecture theatre 224 with registration from 6pm, the talk will run from 6.30pm to 7.30pm on Tuesday November 11.
Communications Officer | Aberdeen Business School