Zoe Adams is Junior Research Fellow and Assistant Admissions Tutor at King's College Cambridge, and Affiliated Lecturer in Law at the University of Cambridge, UK. She has a BA from Pembroke College, Cambridge, an LLM from the European University Institute in Florence, and a PhD from Pembroke College Cambridge. Her academic interests lie primarily in the realm of labour law, tort law, legal methodology, social ontology, and law and economics. Her current research explores the role of law, and labour law, in the context of capitalism, with a particular focus on the relationship between law and inequality. She was awarded the Yorke Prize for her PhD thesis, A Social Ontology of the Wage. Zoe also teaches tort law, labour law, and law and economics.
Writes Labour & Discrimination Law
Author of Deakin and Morris’ Labour Law
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